A recent study discovered palliative care patients who supplemented with vitamin D had an increased quality of life compared to those who did not.
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A recent study found that those with carpal tunnel syndrome and low vitamin D levels experienced more pain than those with higher 25(OH)D levels.
An animal study suggests that vitamin D may provide a treatment and prevention method for a specific cause of back pain among diabetic patients.
New research suggests that vitamin D supplementation may help reduce musculoskeletal pain in breast cancer patients taking letrozole.
A recent study conducted in India found that low vitamin D status may be an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
In honor of National Women’s Health Week, Amber Tovey discusses a RCT that found vitamin D reduced pain in patients with dysmenorrhea.
A study found that a single intramuscular dose of 600,000 IU vitamin D significantly reduced symptoms in those with diabetic neuropathy.
New study shows low vitamin D levels may be associated with worse outcomes in patients with inflammatory bowel disease
A recent study found that low vitamin D status was associated with worse pain, disease activity scores and quality of life among patients with IBD.
Dr. Cannell discusses a recent series of case reports that found vitamin D provides a treatment affect for children with tension headaches.
A recent study discovered that vitamin D deficiency is strongly associated with dry eye and its severity.