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https://vitamindcouncil.uservoice.com/forums/229803-general The Vitamin D Council methodology: A look at how we cover research in blog and news
At some point you may have asked, what is the methodology behind the research and news the Vitamin D Council covers? If you’re a researcher or a health professional, you might even consider this a vital piece of information that the Council has not addressed to date.
It’s an important question. So we’re sharing our methodology with you.
Click here to check out the Vitamin D Council methodology in covering research. SunFriend UV daily activity monitor fundraising campaign underway
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Vitamin D Council Members Blog Vitamin D and headaches: A look at current evidence
November 25, 2013 -- John Cannell, MD
Dr. Cannell examines current evidence for role (if any) of vitamin D in headaches and discusses future research needs. Continue reading → (open access) New case-control study finds vitamin D deficiency associated with increased risk of preterm birth
November 21, 2013 -- Jeff Nicklas
Researchers in a new study examined the role vitamin D plays in risk of preterm birth. Continue reading → (membership required) Looking back: A vitamin D toxicity review from 1937
November 20, 2013 -- John Cannell, MD
In 1937, a large study was conducted using mega doses of vitamin D to determine toxicity. Continue reading → (membership required) Become a member today!
Vitamin D News Room Iranian Revolution: Reason for Iran’s dramatic increase in multiple sclerosis?
November 19, 2013
In recent years, Iran has seen a dramatic increase in the prevalence rate of MS. But why? Continue reading →
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