A recent RCT discovered that vitamin D supplementation improved several markers of diabetes and aided in the healing of diabetic foot ulcers.
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A mother asks Dr. Cannell for advice regarding the safety of high dose vitamin D supplementation for her autistic child.
A recent RCT on vitamin D and psoriasis resulted in inconclusive findings, yet the implications may still suggest vitamin D as a viable therapeutic option.
The Vitamin D Council evaluates a study that made headlines for concluding vitamin D supplementation does not protect the elderly against fractures.
An RCT recently discovered that monthly, high dose supplementation improved lung function in smokers, but not the general population.
A recent RCT determined that vitamin D supplementation improved pregnant women’s response to preeclampsia medication therapy.
According to a recent study, HIV infected youths benefited from vitamin D supplementation adjunct to antiretroviral HIV treatment.
Researchers discovered that a minimum of 4,000 IU vitamin D is needed to help control serum markers of type II diabetes.
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.
A recent RCT found that 1,000 IU per day effectively increased antimicrobial activity within the airway compared to a placebo.