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Vitamin D and fish oil may help prevent cancer death and heart attacks

In a new study, researchers found vitamin D and fish oil show promises in the prevention of cancer death and heart attacks. The research was...

Vitamin D may help reduce your early death risk

In a new study, researchers found that vitamin D deficiency is strongly linked to higher death risk, especially in younger and middle-aged people. In addition,...

Vitamin D is good for the bones, but what about the heart?

Vitamin D plays an important role in overall health, but if you've been taking supplements to strengthen your heart, recent research may disappoint you. Although...

Vitamin E may protect heart muscle after heart attack

In a new study, researchers found α-TOH (vitamin E) may help prevent heart muscle damage after a heart attack. The finding sheds new light on...

Vitamin D may provide great health benefits to pregnant women

In a new study, researchers found that supplementing pregnant women with vitamin D alone may reduce the risk of several health problems. The research was...

Too much vitamin D may harm your kidney health

Recently, researchers from the University of Toronto have found that taking too much vitamin D supplements could lead to kidney failure. They reported a man’s...

Lower vitamins and antioxidants linked to this disease in older people

In a new study, researchers found lower levels of dietary vitamins and antioxidants are linked to frailty in older people. This is the largest study...

How much vitamin D is enough?

In a new study, researchers suggest that when recommending vitamin D supplements, doctors should look at each individual patient as having different requirements and...

Stroke may lead to lower vitamin D

Low vitamin D levels do not lead to strokes but can result from them, according to the latest study that looks at the relationship...

vitamin D and estrogen combo may protect against diabetes, heart disease

Metabolic syndrome is a group of health conditions that increases the risk of heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. In a recent study, researchers found that...

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