A recent study suggests prenatal vitamin D screening is an important preventative measure in improving maternal outcomes.
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A recent study determined that of children under the age of four, breastfeeding infants were the most likely to be deficient.
Dr. Cannell explores how the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)’s opinion on vitamin D and pregnancy preceded their evidence.
A recent study discovered that vitamin D deficiency was highly prevalent in Nigerian newborns.
A recent study determined that low maternal vitamin D status is associated with congenital heart defects in their offspring.
Dr. Cannell suspects cognitive dissonance is behind the lack of action taken to resolve vitamin D deficiency among the medical community.
A recent RCT determined that vitamin D supplementation improved pregnant women’s response to preeclampsia medication therapy.
A recent study discovered that vitamin D levels had a more significant spike in those who supplemented compared to those who spent time in the sun.
A new RCT found supplementing infertile men with vitamin D improved their partner’s birth success rate, despite not affecting overall semen quality.
The Scottish government has partnered with Healthy Start’s public health initiative to decrease vitamin D deficiency among pregnant women.