Dr. Cannell discusses a recent study that suggests chronic tension headaches may be a symptom of vitamin D deficiency.
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Dr. Cannell discusses a recent series of case reports that found vitamin D provides a treatment affect for children with tension headaches.
A recent meta-analysis found a relationship between vitamin D deficiency and chronic widespread pain.
Chances are that you do but don’t know it.
Using mice, researchers are able to show that the vitamin D receptor mediates the response of two different T cells to infection.
Research suggests that vitamin D supplementation in the condition primary hyperparathyroidism might not be such a bad thing.
Detecting osteomalacia is not as easy as detecting osteoporosis. Is it going undetected?
A member writes to Dr Cannell regarding his low vitamin D level and general fatigue. Dr Cannell explains recent research on the topic.
The final part of this blog series discusses how D may be needed to allow bisphosphonates to optimally improve bone mineral density and avoid fosamax jaw.
In part two of this three part blog series, Dr Cannell and Dr Steve discuss DXA scans and how osteomalacia is often overlooked when patients are diagnosed with osteoporosis.