Dr. Cannell compares vitamin D recommendations between college rivals, Harvard and Yale.
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In the use of vitamin D in medicine, there is probably no greater dilemma and debate currently than the tussle of whether or not to supplement patients with multiple sclerosis (MS).
Everything you need to know about vitamin D during pregnancy and breastfeeding and how much your baby needs.
Atopic dermatitis or eczema is an allergic, chronic, very itchy skin disorder. In the last several decades, eczema has become dramatically more common, especially among children.
A recent study found that low doses of vitamin D and calcium taken together offered little protection against dementia for older women.
The Nordic Council of Ministers has appointed a working group to review and set new guidelines for protein, alcohol, calcium, iron, and of course, vitamin D.
Research published in The Journal of Pediatrics reports shocking findings that more than one-third of children failed to meet calcium and vitamin D recommendations.
Staff member Brant Cebulla offers a little perspective on recent data that associates atrial fibrillation with 25(OH)D levels over 100 ng/ml.
Dr. Cannell calls out Dr. Gallo of the IOM and applauds Fraser Health, who recently announced the implementation of 20,000 IU/week supplementation for all of their nursing home residents.
Professor Joan Lappe writes an up to date review article on vitamin D that serves as a good primer for anyone just awakened to the “vitamin D revolution.”