A recent study found that high dose vitamin D supplementation reduced inflammation and decreased redness in the skin after sunburn.
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New findings suggest that vitamin D supplementation may be an effective form of therapy in the management of ichthyosis.
Research suggests that the agricultural revolution is responsible for the evolution of skin pigmentation
The analysis of DNA changes from Ancient Europe led to a new hypothesis regarding the evolution of skin pigmentation.
Researchers recently found supplementation with vitamin D decreases the severity of Verneuil’s disease.
A prospective longitudinal study compared the differences in seasonal vitamin D levels between patients with skin conditions who are sensitive to the sun and healthy people.
A recent study examined the effects of genetic variants related to skin pigmentation on vitamin D levels among children and its influence on sun exposure behavior.
A recent study published found a high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in ichthyosis and revealed that aspects of the disorder may contribute to deficiency.
Researchers report a link between vitamin D deficiency and vitiligo, a skin disease characterized by loss of pigmentation from areas of the skin.
Brant Cebulla discusses what we know about the benefits of sun exposure outside of vitamin D production.
Brant Cebulla reviews differing theories regarding skin pigmentation. One in particular is gaining momentum with the increase of vitamin D research.