The Scottish government has partnered with Healthy Start’s public health initiative to decrease vitamin D deficiency among pregnant women.
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The United Kingdom has created a vitamin D recommendation of 10 micrograms per day in order to promote muscular and skeletal health.
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.
Dr. John Cannell discusses a free vitamin program for pregnant women, infants, and children that fails to give adequate amounts of vitamin D.
New research found that people living in northern latitudes have an increased risk for dementia compared to those living in southern latitudes.
Joseph A Hopkinson and Dr Nicholas S Hopkinson out of London, UK, have found that vitamin D sufficiency is associated with victory over evil in fantastical situations.
A new report from the United Kingdom’s Chief Medical Officer made a case for providing vitamins to all children under the age of 5.
According to research published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, when UV rays reach the skin, a compound that helps lower blood pressure is released into our blood vessels.
One of the mysteries of heart attacks is their seasonality. Before the modern sun avoidance era, there were 50% more heart attacks in the winter than in the summer.