The latest clinicla review reveals that vitamin D is needed for the body to stay fit. Sunlight exposure without sunscreen is needed every week for the body to get the right nutrients.
A survey in the UK showed young adults follow dairy-free diets. They might need to find alternatives for sources of calcium.
Vitamin D is vital to help your body absorb calcium as well as strengthening the immune system. It can be found in oily fish such as salmon, sardines, herring and mackerel, fortified foods such as fat spreads and some breakfast cereals, red meat, liver, and egg yolks.
A recent discovery about Vitamin D could help develop new treatments not only for Vitamin D deficiency but also for metabolic disorders and certain types of cancer.
There are a various alternative or complementary treatments for erectile dysfunction might include such as nutritional supplements, herbal remedies, acupuncture and talk therapy.
Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to various conditions and diseases. Now, scientists found that it may be associated with frequent headaches in men.
Researches have found that Vitamin D deficient children are more prone to be suffer from asthma and other allergies as they grow up. There is a positive relationship between the increased complaints of Vitamin D deficiency in early childhood and higher rate of asthma and allergies like eczema at the age 10.
Heart failure patients who took vitamin D-3 supplements experienced improved ejection fraction.
Higher doses of vitamin D do not lower risk of falls in seniors aged 70 and above, a new study found.
High doses of Vitamin D supplements might reduce the hyperactive immune response in patients of multiple sclerosis.
A new study showed that inflammation caused by the immune system was lessened with a large daily dose of vitamin D.
People with asthma cannot lower their risk of developing a cold by taking vitamin D supplements, a study reported.
Low vitamin D levels can affect your sex life, a new study found.
A weekend jaunt that too in the sun is actually beneficial for you! According to a new research, spending ample time in the sun rays can apparently give you a dose of vitamin D, eliminating the risks of cardiac issues.
Scientists find that regular doses of Vitamin D can help you to face less heart problems.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.