A study found that UVB exposure is associated with a decreased risk of Parkinson’s disease among individuals under the age of 70.
Tag Archives: Parkinson’s Disease
A recent study found that low vitamin D status may be an independent risk factor for delayed gastric emptying in newly diagnosed Parkinson’s patients.
A member shares his experience with vitamin D and quick relief of PD symptoms. Dr. Cannell responds with current evidence that may explain this.
Study finds low vitamin D status is linked with endothelial dysfunction in newly diagnosed Parkinson’s patients
A recent study found that low vitamin D status was independently associated with endothelial dysfunction in newly diagnosed Parkinson’s patients.
Vitamin D supplementation and outdoor work reduces the risk of Parkinson’s disease, according to new study
A recent meta-analysis found both vitamin D supplementation and outdoor work are associated with a reduced risk of developing Parkinson’s disease.
Study finds higher vitamin D intake and outdoor activity are associated with a decreased risk for Parkinson’s disease.
Researchers out of Harvard have found that those with Parkinson’s disease are more likely to have vitamin D deficiency compared to healthy adults.
New study finds that vitamin D reduces falls and fractures in vascular Parkinsonism but in a surprise finding, not Parkinson’s disease.
Both Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s have become of greater interest in public health in recent years. Does vitamin D play a role?
A new randomized controlled trial suggests that vitamin D may be able to slow the progression and deterioration of Parkinson’s disease.