Researchers have identified a link between low vitamin D levels in pregnant and breastfeeding mothers, and autism like behaviors in their offspring. The study reveals low levels vitamin D in mothers may be associated with altered brain development that can lead to social behavioral deficits in their children.
Study finds no association between mineral levels or dietary mineral intake and an increased risk of multiple sclerosis.
A new study reports of an increased risk for developing multiple sclerosis later in life for babies born with lower levels of vitamin D.
A new study confirms the link between vitamin D deficiency in newborns and an increased risk of schizophrenia later in life. Researchers report those born with a vitamin D deficiency had a 44% increased risk of being diagnosed with schizophrenia as adults.
Researchers examine the scientific evidence for the 10 most common beliefs about vitamin D.
Lower exposure to UVB rays during pregnancy has been linked to an increased risk of learning disabilities in children. According to the study, lower UVB exposure during the first trimester had a slightly stronger correlation with neurodevelopmental disorders.
According to a new study, vitamin D deficiency in elderly people is highly correlated with accelerated cognitive decline and memory loss, two symptoms associated with Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers have identified a link between low levels of vitamin D at birth and an increased risk of a child being diagnosed on the autism spectrum by the age of three.