A new study reports that a variety of vitamin D practice patterns exist in primary care and they are often led by patient demand.
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New research has found that recent Canadian immigrants are tested for vitamin D deficiency at a lower rate than other sociodemographic groups.
Vitamin D testing has increased dramatically in New South Wales, Australia in recent years, new study says
A new study has found that vitamin D testing in New South Wales has increased 8-fold between 2001 and 2010, but vitamin D levels are still low.
TechNavio, a company that provides market research reports, has just recently released a report predicting significant growth in the vitamin D testing market between 2014-2018.
Tom Weishaar discusses the dramatic increase in vitamin D testing during the past 10-15 years.
Recently, doctors at Harvard Medical School and colleagues in Pakistan supplemented women with extremely high doses of vitamin D.
Alaska State legislator, Representative Paul Seaton, wants to test the vitamin D levels of all newborns in Alaska.
New study reports a 6.2% decline in vitamin D levels from the previous report issued in 2010.
A recent study from Dr. Beth Baily and colleagues at East Tennessee State University reveals that frequent vitamin D blood tests mean lower, not higher, total medical care costs.
Dr. Cannell takes a look at a recent paper by Dr. Krasowski on vitamin D testing and discusses his general testing philosophy.