A new RCT found that vitamin D affected the capacity of T regulatory cells to suppress Inflammation in young patients with type 1 diabetes.
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Pioneering research shows that vitamin D levels are similarly low in patients with single or multiple autoimmune diseases.
A new study found that high-dose vitamin D supplementation improves blood sugar control in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes.
Researchers recently measured vitamin D levels among Finnish children and found that increased vitamin D status may have lent to a leveling off of type 1 diabetes incidence.
Researchers recently found that vitamin D deficiency is associated with pre-type 1 diabetes, but they also found vitamin D deficiency does not increase risk for type 1 diabetes.
In this new blog we explore the global incidence of type 1 diabetes to see if it relates to latitude and sun exposure.
Researchers recently found vitamin D levels to be significantly lower among children with type 1 diabetes compared to children with other diseases.
A new meta-analysis has found that in effort to prevent type I diabetes, vitamin D intake may be most important in infancy, as compared to pregnancy.
In Finland, rates of type 1 diabetes have finally leveled off. Can we credit this curtail to the country’s vitamin D food fortification policies implemented in 2003?
Type I diabetes has increased steadily for over 50 years. But why? We take a look at all the hypothesis and how they might be interrelated.