An analysis -- strongly refuted by organizations that advocate for osteoporosis research -- further complicates the question of whether it’s a good idea to take calcium and vitamin D supplements...
There are several large clinical trials currently underway in the U.S., Europe and Australia looking at the health benefits and risks of higher doses of vitamin D. The first set...
Researchers say their results "suggest that simply repleting vitamin D to normal ranges that are recommended to maintain bone health may be associated with better cancer outcomes."
A new study suggests that vitamin D may be protective against type 1 diabetes.
A Brown University study finds Vitamin D does not seem to help keep most older women alive longer.
A primary proponent of Vitamin D offers a rundown of its benefits.
So maybe extra Vitamin D does have a benefit after all: helping with upper respiratory infections
Some skeptics don't buy the new recommendations on vitamin D and calcium.