Research shows that low vitamin D status may be an independent predictor of post-stroke anxiety.
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A recent study found that individuals with low levels of total vitamin D and bioavailable vitamin D were at increased risk for cardiac event compared to people with high vitamin D levels.
Research found that low vitamin D status is associated with worse functional outcome at 3 months in thrombolytic ischemic stroke patients.
In this episode, Dr. John Cannell discusses the VITAL Study and its potential clinical implications with Dr. Joann Manson.
A study found that patients with vitamin D levels below 15 ng/ml were 35% more likely to experience a cardiovascular event in the next 3 years.
Dr. Cannell discusses the current evidence supporting the beneficial role of vitamin D in stroke outcomes.
A recent study found that low vitamin D status is independently associated with larger lesion volumes after ischemic stroke.
New research found that stroke patients with low vitamin D levels were more likely to suffer severe strokes than those with normal levels of vitamin D.
Low levels of vitamin D may increase the risk of post-stroke depression, according to new research.
A new study out of China has found that vitamin D levels predict short-term disability outcomes and death in those who suffered acute ischemic stroke.