A recent study evaluated the relationship between vitamin D and iron deficiency in elite female athletes.
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Life Extension’s author, Holli Lapes, evaluates whether multivitamins offer enough vitamin D to enable the public to reach sufficiency.
A recent study has linked vitamin D status to cardiovascular and all-cause mortality in Caucasian individuals.
A recent study explored the attitudes and beliefs of parents on sun exposure and UV protection in their young children.
A recent study determined vitamin D supplementation of 4,000 IU was effective in mediating some immune components in response to the dengue virus.
Vitamin D toxicity is rare, and usually a result of accidental overdosing, according to recent study
A recent 16 year retrospective analysis discovered very few cases of vitamin D toxicity in Iowa Hospital patients.
Open label trial discovers 1,200 IU/day more effective than 400 IU/day in managing influenza in infants
A recent open label trial found that higher doses of vitamin D in infants reduced duration of influenza symptoms.
Meta-analysis discovers vitamin D deficiency may be a marker for glucose homeostasis in diabetic and non-diabetic individuals
A recent meta-analysis of observational studies evaluated the relationship between vitamin D status and onset of type 2 diabetes.
An RCT recently discovered that monthly, high dose supplementation improved lung function in smokers, but not the general population.
Prevalence of vitamin D deficiency and insufficiency is improving, but is still high in Iranian adults
A recent study determined that while prevalence of vitamin D insufficiency and deficiency is decreasing in Iran, many adults still have low levels.