A study found that vitamin D deficiency remains highly prevalent among pregnant women and newborns throughout the year.
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A new study suggests women who don’t supplement with vitamin D have nearly a twofold increased risk of developing preeclampsia compared to those who supplement.
Researchers discovered a 1.58 increased chance of birthing an infant that is small for gestational age in pregnant women who are vitamin D deficient.
A meta-analysis of RCTs discovers that vitamin D supplementation improves metabolic markers in women with gestational diabetes.
A recent study found pregnant women had a 2% decreased risk of depression for every 0.4 ng/ml increase in vitamin D status.
Researchers discovered an alarming prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in Saudi Arabian pregnant women and newborns.
A recent analysis of five studies found that very low vitamin D levels were linked to an increased risk of miscarriage.
A new study discovered that vitamin D deficiency is associated with poor sleep quality and night-time eating during mid-pregnancy in Singapore.
Do obstetricians provide routine vitamin D screening and supplementation for their pregnant patients?
A recent study evaluated the knowledge and practices of obstetricians regarding vitamin D testing and supplementation for their pregnant patients.
In today’s episode, Dr. Hollis discusses vitamin D testing and the importance of vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy and breastfeeding.