A recent study discovered that an increase in vitamin D levels reduced the risk of all-cause and cardiovascular mortality in dialysis patients.
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Severe vitamin D deficiency may affect up to 27% of southern Europeans, according to systematic review
A recent systematic review found high rates of vitamin D deficiency in infants, adolescents, adults and elderly southern European individuals.
Meta-analysis of RCTs shows vitamin D supplementation reduces mortality risk among critically-ill adults
Dr. Balden discusses a study that found that vitamin D supplementation is associated with decreased all-cause mortality risk in critically ill adults.
New meta-analysis reveals high vitamin D status reduces risk of colorectal cancer and type II diabetes
A recent meta-analysis suggests the optimal vitamin D levels lie beyond the Food and Nutrition Board’s recommended 20 ng/ml.
A recently published meta-analysis proves that vitamin D supplementation is a safe and effective treatment for atopic dermatitis.
A recent study found that maintaining vitamin D levels of at least 30 ng/ml was associated with a 60% decreased risk in developing bladder cancer.
Results from a recent large meta-analysis suggest that vitamin D supplementation is ineffective in lowering blood pressure.
A review found that vitamin D may have a small to moderate effect on short-term quality of life, but may not benefit long-term quality of life.
We take a look at a recent systematic review that cast doubt on vitamin D and discuss if systematic reviews are useful in vitamin D research.
Dr. Cannell examines a review of research on vitamin D and inflammation and discusses what criteria makes for successful clinical trials.