A recent study found that vitamin D deficiency was highly prevalent and associated with worse outcomes in patients with acute myeloid leukemia.
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A recent cross-sectional analysis discovered that race and gender were associated with the relationship between vitamin D and blood pressure.
A study found that vitamin D deficiency remains highly prevalent among pregnant women and newborns throughout the year.
A new study suggests women who don’t supplement with vitamin D have nearly a twofold increased risk of developing preeclampsia compared to those who supplement.
A recent RCT found that 1,000 IU per day effectively increased antimicrobial activity within the airway compared to a placebo.
A recent study published in the Indian Journal of Public Health discovered a very high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in a rural Indian community.
A recent study discovered palliative care patients who supplemented with vitamin D had an increased quality of life compared to those who did not.
Colorectal cancer mortality rates are associated with vitamin D status, according to results from a recent study out of Germany.
Meta-analysis discovers vitamin D supplementation may act as an adjunct therapy for hepatitis C treatment
Researchers discovered vitamin D supplementation may be an effective adjunct therapy for individuals with hepatitis C undergoing antiviral treatment.
In a recent study, vitamin D deficiency was associated with emotional, behavioral and peer relationship problems among older adolescents.