A recent study published by the journal Aging Clinical and Experimental Research suggests vitamin D status and body weight impacts muscle strength and function among postmenopausal women.
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A recent study found vitamin D status is associated with grip strength among elderly African American women at risk for osteoporosis.
A recent study discovered vitamin D deficiency was associated with slower walking speed in middle aged and elderly individuals.
Researchers recently determined that high vitamin D status is linked with increased cardiopulmonary exercise capacity.
New research: Somali immigrants in Sweden suffering from severe vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy
New study shows pregnant Somali women in Sweden are severely vitamin D deficient, with one-third of the women having undetectable vitamin D levels.
There is an increasing body of evidence suggesting that sufficient vitamin D levels play a role in athletic performance.
A randomized controlled trial finds that vitamin D3 did not improve physical performance in people with heart failure.
A recent randomized controlled trial has found that vitamin D may help peak power in the short term, but perhaps not in the long run over the course of a workout program.
The Chicago Blackhawk team physicians recently began diagnosing and treating vitamin D deficiency in all players. So, how are they doing now?
Dr Cannell reviews the research on vitamin D and athletic and physical performance and discusses how the two are closely related.