A new study out of Orkney, Scotland found that farmers and those who took regular foreign holidays had the highest vitamin D levels.
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Vitamin D levels associated with mortality in large meta-analysis
A recent study found that urban environments have increased rates of vitamin D deficiency and asthma.
New research has found that vitamin D deficiency in pregnant women is associated with lower peak bone mass in their children years later.
In the last year there have been a number of studies looking at vitamin D levels in children in various locations around the world. Tom Weishaar compares and contrasts the results.
A new study reports that vitamin D levels in Sao Paulo, Brazil, are good in the young and active during the summer, while not in the winter and that the elderly have poor levels year round.
Most children with congenital heart disease are vitamin D deficient following surgery, new research reports out of the University of Ottawa.
Researchers in Mexico report that vitamin D levels among young children are surprisingly sufficient compared to their United States neighbors.
Researchers of the University of Liège in Belgium recently tried to find out if 4,000 IU/day is enough to raise vitamin D levels above 30 ng/ml.
Dr Grant reviews the evidence to date and reports the minimum optimum serum vitamin D level.