VITAMIN D COUNCIL MEMBERS BLOG Endometriosis and vitamin D: Is there a link?
January 11, 2014 -- John Cannell, MD Dr. Cannell reviews past and current research and discusses what sort of role vitamin D might play in endometriosis. Continue reading → (membership required) New study finds vitamin D supplementation does not enhance absorption of the drug Protelos
January 10, 2014 -- Jeff Nicklas Strontium shares many similarities with calcium. Therefore, does vitamin D status also influence the absorption of the drug strontium ranelate? Continue reading → (membership required) New meta-analysis: Vitamin D supplementation of no concern in mild primary hyperparathyroidism
January 9, 2014 -- Brant Cebulla A new meta-analysis is out that says vitamin D supplementation is an okay measure to take in primary hyperparathyroidism. Continue reading → (membership required) New study: Does chemotherapy have an effect on vitamin D levels?
January 7, 2014 -- Brant Cebulla Research suggests patients with acute myeloid leukemia and acute lymphoblastic leukemia have lower vitamin D levels during or after chemotherapy compared to before treatment. Continue reading → (membership required) Become a member today!
VITAMIN D NEWS ROOM New study shows refugees in Canada have high rates of vitamin D deficiency
January 11, 2014 Researchers recently wanted to determine the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency among refugees from all over the world who immigrated to Canada. Continue reading → Vitamin D deficiency tied to inability to complete daily tasks in senior home setting
January 10, 2014 New research from Hawaii has found that vitamin D deficiency is linked to inability to complete daily tasks in the senior home setting. Continue reading → New military study underway looking to prevent stress fractures
January 9, 2014 A team of researchers are conducting a study to determine if increased vitamin D and calcium intake can improve bone health in military personnel. Continue reading →