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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Recent research suggests season of birth impacts childhood growth and development as well as adult health outcomes.
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 RCT found that vitamin D affected the capacity of T regulatory cells to suppress Inflammation in young patients with type 1 diabetes.
Research suggests seasonal variation in UVB exposure is related to the risk of early mortality in preterm infants
A recent study found that high-intensity solar UVB doses during fetal development may be related to a reduced risk of preterm infants mortality.
Recent study finds increased UV light exposure linked to reduced mortality from Clostridium difficile infection
A recent study found that increased UV light exposure is associated with reduced inpatient mortality due to Clostridium difficile infection.
Recent study shows vitamin D supplementation improves vitamin D status in roux-en-y gastric bypass patients
A recent study showed that obese patients in the northern climate undergoing roux-en-y gastric bypass benefited from vitamin D supplementation.
A new study assessed the seasonality of 25(OH)D levels in cattle, a sun exposed population.
A new study suggests that people living close to the coast in England have higher vitamin D levels than inland residents.
Research continues to show that seasonality influences risk of certain conditions. Recently, this same relationship was found to exist for risk of hip replacements.