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Research shows vitamin D supplements may help reduce peripheral neuropathy; findings may be especially relevant for Black cancer patients.
People who regularly used vitamin D supplements were about half as likely to develop melanoma.
Too little vitamin D could increase the risk for diabetes for Black Americans.
Latino and Black adolescents with darker skin tones are more likely to be lacking in the “sunshine vitamin.”
Black and Latina women have low vitamin D levels compared with non-Latina white women.
Consuming higher amounts of Vitamin D – mainly from dietary sources – may help protect against developing young-onset colorectal cancer.
The definitive study is the largest to provide evidence on effect of vitamin D on irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) symptoms
A combination of three popular supplements helped shrink uterine fibroids in a recent study.
The “sunshine” vitamin may help the immune system fight the virus and avoid severe respiratory distress.
Cancer rates are much higher in cold, wet regions than hot, dry areas.
Getting enough vitamin D may be more complicated than you think.
Results don’t support screening healthy people for vitamin D deficiency.
The right amount of the sunshine vitamin may reduce painful problems from excessive sunlight exposure.
Trying to lose weight but finding it tough? You may want to get your vitamin levels checked.
Being overweight or obese isn’t the only risk.
Here’s one more reason to keep soaking up the sun and holding on to a healthy diet throughout your life.
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