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When vitamin D deficiency is chronic which is the case for more than a ... an array of skeletal and muscular diseases type II diabetes cognitive impairment dementia and Alzheimer’s disease and many others. The deficient subcutaneous production of …
MENAFN · 15 hours ago
Older patients with very low levels of vitamin D have about a 122% increased risk for dementia compared with those with higher levels, according to a large, prospective, population-based study. The study provides "robust evidence" of the link between ...
Medscape News · 8/6/2014
Severe vitamin D deficiency, and the associated increased risk for dementia, was rare in the study, however. Only four percent of the older people included were “severely deficient” based on their blood samples. “It is too early to tell whether ...
Reuters · 8/7/2014
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Here is another one for vitamin D. By now you are likely soaked with vitamin information. Well, here is one to consider: Our aging population is producing larger numbers of people with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Many of you have already ...
Personal Liberty Digest · ByBob Livingston · 1/13/2015
Vitamin D deficiency is associated with a substantially increased risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease in older people, according to the most robust study of its kind ever conducted. An international team found that study participants who were severely ...
Science Daily · 8/6/2014
Vitamin D deficiency is associated with a substantially increased risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease in older people, according to the most robust study of its kind ever conducted. An international team, led by Dr David Llewellyn at the University of ...
Medical Xpress · 8/6/2014
A new analysis of data from the mid-1990’s has determined that older people lacking sufficient levels of vitamin D in their blood are probably more likely to develop dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Severe vitamin D deficiency, and the associated ...
News Max · 8/8/2014
Scientists have found a link between dementia and both vitamin D deficiency and depression. They are quickly homing in on new risk factors for cognitive decline. A new study confirms that older adults who don’t get enough of the essential nutrient ...
Healthline Networks · 8/6/2014
People with moderate-to-severe vitamin D deficiencies are significantly more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia than those who have an adequate supply of the vitamin in their body, a new study has found. Researchers ...
Washington Post · ByFredrick Kunkle · 8/6/2014
Symptoms of vitamin D deficiency include bone pain, muscle weakness, increased blood pressure, and depression. It has also been linked to the following serious health conditions: The study looked at more than 1,600 dementia-free adults aged 65 years or …
Everyday Health · 10/2/2014
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