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Maternal Vitamin D Level Influences Birth Weight

The “sunshine vitamin” vitamin D has been shown to play a role in many health conditions including bone health, cardiovascular health, and mental well-being. Although it is not found abundantly in many foods, it may be readily obtained by getting enough exposure to sunlight and by consuming vitamin D-fortified foods. Vitamin D deficiency has been implicated in many disease conditions, including abnormalities in bone, calcium, and phosphorus metabolism. Recently, researchers have found that it may also have an effect in fetal growth and birth size. Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh have found that mothers who had insufficient vitamin D […]

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Posted in: Babies' Health, News Briefs, Nutrition, Vitamin D, Vitamins and Minerals

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Vitamin D and Women’s Mental Performance

Previous studies have linked low vitamin D levels with various poor health conditions, especially in aging individuals. Early this year, a study published in the Journals of Gerontology Series A showed that men and women who have insufficient levels of the vitamin are more likely to develop disability or limitations in mobility. Two new studies published in the same journal now show that vitamin D may also be an important factor in the cognitive health or mental function of aging women. In one study, research conducted by a team led by Cedric Annweiler, MD, PhD, at the Angers University Hospital […]

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