A study found that a single intramuscular dose of 600,000 IU vitamin D significantly reduced symptoms in those with diabetic neuropathy.
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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.
A clinical trial found that vitamin D supplementation may decrease statin-induced myalgia.
Vitamin D status linked to pain and functional performance among obese individuals with osteoarthritis
A new study found that vitamin D levels may relate to pain and functional performance in obese individuals with knee osteoarthritis.
A new study published in the European Journal of General Practice suggests that correcting vitamin D levels may help reduce diffuse musculoskeletal pain.
Researchers out of Austria have found that vitamin D supplementation may lessen pain in patients with fibromyalgia.
New research out of Loyola University, Chicago, has shown that vitamin D may help alleviate pain and depression in women with type II diabetes.
Does vitamin D help osteoarthritis? Dr. Timothy McAlindon and colleagues at Tufts Medical Center wanted to know, and recently conducted a study to find out.
A recent publication discusses an interesting case of a dentist who treated herself with vitamin D following a multiple sclerosis diagnosis. Read her story.
A randomized controlled trial reports that vitamin D improves nonspecific musculoskeletal pain in non-Western immigrants.