February 25, 2014
Last chance to donate for this vitamin D and heart health study!
With just $2,000 more in donations, these researchers from the International Heart Institute of Montana can complete their study.
Can you help?
Click here and donate to their cause!
Vitamin D Council volunteer opportunity Are you located in the Los Angeles region? Are you interested in volunteering for the Vitamin D Council? Are you able to represent the organization at the upcoming MS Forum and Expo in May?
We are seeking potential volunteers to set up a booth for the Council and engage at this expo. If you feel you fit the bill, fill out our volunteer application and indicate that you would like to participate at this event.
If you would like to learn more about this expo, you can learn more here. New trial: Vitamin D helps with hives
February 24, 2014 -- Rebecca Oshiro In a randomized controlled trial out of Nebraska Medical Center, researchers find that vitamin D supplementation is an effective add-on therapy for the treatment of hives for those with chronic urticaria. Continue reading → (membership required) New study finds vitamin D reduces disease activity in those with cutaneous lupus erythematosus
February 22, 2014 -- Jeff Nicklas Results from a new trial show that vitamin D supplementation helps in those with cutaneous lupus erythematosus. Continue reading → (membership required) RCT: Vitamin D lowers aldosterone in heart failure
February 21, 2014 -- Brant Cebulla New research published in the Journal of Cardiac Failure reports that vitamin D supplementation lowers aldosterone in heart failure patients. Continue reading → (membership required) Vitamin D supplementation improves cardiac autonomic tone in healthy humans
February 19, 2014 -- Will Hunter New research has found that supplementation with vitamin D improves cardiac autonomic tone in healthy subjects. Continue reading → (membership required) Animal study: Vitamin D may help in bronchopulmonary dysplasia
February 18, 2014 -- Jeff Nicklas Using an animal model, researchers have found vitamin D may improve bronchopulmonary dysplasia in infants. Continue reading → (membership required) New study finds no relationship between vitamin D and respiratory failure in critically ill patients
February 24, 2014 New research has found that among patients with sepsis or trauma, vitamin D is not related to risk of respiratory failure but is related to one-year mortality. Continue reading → New research finds vitamin D deficiency related to mild cognitive impairment in those with type 2 diabetes
February 21, 2014 A new study has found that low vitamin D levels in adults with type 2 diabetes are associated with mild cognitive impairment. Continue reading →
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