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Tag Archives: Vitamin D Theory of Autism
Dr Cannell publishes fourth peer reviewed article on vitamin D and autism while with the Vitamin D Council, this latest one in the journal Medical Hypothesis.
Dr Cannell discusses a recent study reporting elevated mercury levels in the hair of children with autism.
Dr Cannell writes back and forth with a concerned mother who’s child has autism.
In this week’s newsletter, Dr Cannell discusses everything from male sex drive to a 14 year-old vitamin D activist in Scotland. Take a look.
Study finds autistic adults had the lowest vitamin D levels when compared to patients with depression and schizophrenia.
Take a look at the reader questions Dr Cannell answers discussing topics such as vitamin D co-factors, asthma, autism, and more.
Dr Cannell shares many of the letters he received answering questions from his last newsletter discussing vitamin D and autism.
A mother writes an intriguing case report of her son’s autism symptoms, before and after supplementing with vitamin D.
Dr Cannell reviews a recent Harvard paper which recognizes a link between vitamin D and autism, among other theories.