A comprehensive population-based study finds that low levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D is linked with all-cause death.
Increased consumption of magnesium associates with decreased metabolic markers of insulin resistance, among men and women with Metabolic Syndrome.
Researchers determine that taking estrogen-containing birth control pills increases Vitamin D levels and discontinuing them causes Vitamin D levels to plummet.
Dietary supplementation of Vitamin D may enhance muscle strength, among young healthy adults.
Daily omega-3 supplementation helps to reduce pulse wave velocity (PWV) -- a marker of arterial stiffness.