December 9, 2013 -- Jeff Nicklas Researchers recently found vitamin D levels to be significantly lower among children with type 1 diabetes compared to children with other diseases. Continue reading → (membership required) Does vitamin D testing misdiagnose African-Americans?
December 7, 2013 -- Tom Weishaar A recent publication suggested African-Americans are being misdiagnosed from vitamin D tests. How accurate is the information in this study? Continue reading → (open access) A look at the recent Lancet review study
December 6, 2013 -- Brant Cebulla A new study has come out in the journal the Lancet, and we have received many emails requesting that we address it. In this blog, we explain the design of the study and its argument. Continue reading → (open access) New review: Does vitamin D supplementation help cancer patients?
December 5, 2013 -- Rebecca Oshiro Researchers conduct systematic review on vitamin D supplementation and outcome for cancer patients. They conclude we need more research. Continue reading → (membership required) New study finds low vitamin D associated with increased risk for community-acquired pneumonia
December 4, 2013 -- Jeff Nicklas Researchers using NHANES data have found that those with vitamin D deficiency are more likely to have (or have had) community-acquired pneumonia. Continue reading → (membership required) Vitamin D and T2D: Where does research stand, where are we headed?
December 3, 2013 -- Brant Cebulla A new RCT shows that vitamin D does not help glucose control. What does this mean moving forward and where is research headed in vitamin D and T2D? Continue reading → (membership required) Become a member today!
Vitamin D News Room New study shows low vitamin D intake may lead to greater cognitive decline
December 5, 2013 Researchers have found that low vitamin D intake may lead to brain damage as we age, according to results of their new animal study. Continue reading → A new study shows vitamin D may help with pain and depression in women with type 2 diabetes
December 4, 2013 New research out of Loyola University, Chicago, has shown that vitamin D may help alleviate pain and depression in women with type II diabetes. Continue reading → Fifth International Symposium on vitamin D and vitamin D analogs set to take place in May, 2014
December 3, 2013 The 5th International Symposim on Vitamin D and Analogs in Cancer Prevention and Therapy is set to take place in Germany. Continue reading →