Vitamin D Deficiency Causes Multiple Sclerosis in Children
Sunday, June 07, 2009 by: David Gutierrez, staff writer (NaturalNews) – Children who develop multiple sclerosis have substantially lower levels of vitamin D than children who do not develop the [...]
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Lack of Vitamin D Tied to Multiple Sclerosis
By Deborah Kotz – Posted 12/19/06 – USNews.com Vitamin D has already been linked to stronger bones and lower rates of diabetes, colon cancer, and prostate cancer. Now a new [...]
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Vitamin D intake and incidence of multiple sclerosis
K. L. Munger, MSc, S. M. Zhang, MD ScD, E. O’Reilly, MSc, M. A. Hernán, MD DrPH, M. J. Olek, DO, W. C. Willett, MD DrPH and A. Ascherio, MD [...]
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Vitamin D Quotes
From the Vitamin D Council Humans make thousands of units of vitamin D within minutes of whole body exposure to sunlight. From what we know of nature, it is unlikely [...]
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Too Little Vitamin D May Worsen Asthma
Low levels may also hinder response to steroid treatment, study finds By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) — People with asthma who have low levels of vitamin D fare [...]
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Noteworthy Nutrients for Older Adults
By Dr. Allen S. Josephs – Co-Founder & Director, Vitacost.com – Thursday, January 28, 2010 When it comes to the health of aging adults, certain nutrients and foods may be [...]
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Vitamin D May Lower Colon Cancer Risk
Kelli Miller Stacy – January 25, 2010 Soaking in more sunlight and drinking more dairy may help you ward off colon cancer. Researchers in Europe have found that people with [...]
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Lower Vitamin D Levels in Blacks May Up Heart Risks
Darker skin reduces absorption of sunlight, researchers explain By Ed Edelson – HealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) — New research indicates that the darker skin of blacks may increase their risk [...]
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Fighting infections with vitamin D
Nature Medicine  April 2006, 12(4): 388 – 390 Michael Zasloff  The author is in the Departments of Surgery and Pediatrics, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, DC FROM ABSTRACT Sunlight [...]
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Vitamin D’s Heart & Diabetes Promise Affirmed, Again
Middle-aged and older people with high blood levels of vitamin D were one-third less likely to develop heart disease by Craig Weatherby – Vital Choices The findings of the first-ever [...]
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