The Centers for Disease Control and Protection (CDC) reports that about a quarter of the population is at risk for vitamin D inadequacy.
Blocking the sunrays may help in preventing skin cancer, but the same cannot be said about rickets and osteoporosis.
Having sufficient vitamin D exposure and intake, particularly for pregnant women, could make their offsprings safe from developing autism.
The study claims that lower levels of neonatal vitamin D may increase the risk of MS later in life.
Study of patients with psychosis found link associated with increased symptoms of depression and reduced verbal fluency and cognitive impairments.
Taking oral vitamin D supplements alongside with asthma medications could reduce the risk of severe asthma attacks, according to a new study.
The study shows that people with migraines have vitamin D, riboflavin and coenzyme 10 deficiencies.
Low intake of vitamin D can heighten the risk of an eye complication.
Researchers from the University of California discovered that the higher intake of vitamin D particularly the serum 25 hydroxyvitamin D can lower the risk of cancer.
Sunlight is supposed to be good for producing Vitamin D by the skin, however it seems there can be too much of a good thing. According to a recent research, excessive exposure to sunlight can lower the body’s ability to produce the vital nutrient.
New findings published in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology reveal that vitamin-D rich foods during pregnancy could reduce allergy risk in children. During this recent study, researchers examined over 1,000 mothers and their children in the United States over time-from the first trime...