A study of nearly one million patients found that both season and latitude were associated with health outcomes following bariatric surgery.
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A study found that females born in the summer were heavier at birth, taller as adults and had a later onset of puberty than those born in the winter.
A new study assessed the seasonality of 25(OH)D levels in cattle, a sun exposed population.
Research continues to show that seasonality influences risk of certain conditions. Recently, this same relationship was found to exist for risk of hip replacements.
An analysis of survival rates in epithelial ovarian cancer patients reveals that season of recurrence, not season of diagnosis, is associated with survival outcomes.
A new study has found that babies born in the winter are at a decreased risk of developing certain temperaments and mood disorders later in life.
A new study found low vitamin D levels are prevalent among infants with bronchiolitis and are related to an increase in the severity of the disease.
A recent study published in International Journal of Sports Medicine has found that children born in November and October were more athletic than children born in other months.
A new study found that both vitamin D insufficiency and seasonal decline of vitamin D levels are correlated with lower scores related to cognitive performance.
Researchers wanted to see if seasonal variation still existed for vitamin D levels in the years after sun avoidance advice and to see if seasonality is changing over time.