While observational studies suggest vitamin D may be linked to schizophrenia, a recent clinical trial found contrary results.
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A new study found that low vitamin D status was significantly associated with increased symptom severity in schizophrenia.
A new study found that low vitamin D status is 4.7 times more prevalent in Dutch individuals with bipolar disorder.
A new study suggests that low vitamin D status is related to more severe symptoms and overall cognitive deficits among schizophrenic patients.
A study found that individuals with high C-reactive protein levels and low vitamin D status are at a significantly increased risk for schizophrenia.
Recent study finds mood disorders are linked to a more severe vitamin D deficiency than schizophrenia
A study conducted by the journal Psychiatry Research, found Individuals with mood disorders have a significantly lower vitamin D status than those with schizophrenia.
According to a recent study, low vitamin D levels significantly correlate to mood, quality of life, and function in first-onset psychosis.
For the first time, researchers have found an association between increased schizophrenia disease activity and low vitamin D levels.
Study finds low vitamin D levels are associated with certain symptoms in schizophrenia patients, such as grandiosity and social anhedonia.
A recent meta-analysis of several observational studies found a strong association between vitamin D status and schizophrenia.