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Vitamin D and parathyroid ho ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 17 Dec 2010 7:43pm Vitamin D and parathyroid hormone levels may not affect cardiovascular mortality There is burgeoning public interest in possible wide-ranging health benefits from vitamin D, including cardiovascular health. In a study published in the December 201 ... Read on »
Liver and Kidney health important for Vitamin D absorption by Boyd M. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 30 Apr 2010 11:11pm A lot of research has been coming out lately about the need for proper serum Vitamin D levels in the blood. Without adequate levels of sunshine directly on the skin due either to weather or overuse of sunblock, a Vitamin D3 supplement becomes important to avoid a myriad of conditions and diseases. My question is, even when some people supple ... Read on »
Doesanybodyhave a normal vitamin D level? by Dr. William D. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:26pm We now routinely check everyone's vitamin D blood level at the start of the program. (The measure to obtain is 25-OH-Vitamin D3. This is not to be confused with 1,25-OH2-vitamin D3, which is a kidney function measure.) Of the 10 people with levels drawn today, none were even close to normal levels (which we define as 50 ng/ml)--not a singl ... Read on »
Q&A of the Week: Vitamin D by Dina S. Posted Tue 26 Oct 2010 6:39am This week’s topic: Vitamin D by Alicia Smith, blogger What’s the big deal about Vitamin D? If it’s held inside the sun, all of us in Syracuse are doomed to a Vitamin D-free existence. This week, I sat down with the experts to learn the facts. Ruth Sullivan is the Dietician for SU Food Services, and was accompanied by her knowledgeable a ... Read on »
How To Improve Kidney Function With Herbs and Herbal Treatments by Kodjoworkout Posted Sun 07 Jul 2013 2:05pm Kidney disease is a very difficult illness to deal with. The symptoms may not even appear until the kidney has lost 60% of its function. One of the symptoms of kidney disease is edema, which is characterized by a swelling in the ankle, feet and lower leg areas. Other symptoms of kidney disease and chronic kidney disease are: loss of appet ... Read on »
Massive HSA Cover-up, Kidney Function Good, and Back Yard Livable Again by Jughead Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:02pm 11 students, that's what the state of Maryland is claiming to be the number that didn't graduate last year because of the HSA. I wonder if they really believe that? How many kids dropped out last year, I can't seem to find that number? Grasmick needs to retire, or find another personal crusade that doesn't involve destroying our children's edu ... Read on »
Massive HSA Cover-up, Kidney Function Good, and Back Yard Livable Again by Jughead Patient Expert Posted Mon 28 Sep 2009 10:38pm 11 students, that's what the state of Maryland is claiming to be the number that didn't graduate last year because of the HSA. I wonder if they really believe that? How many kids dropped out last year, I can't seem to find that number? Grasmick needs to retire, or find another personal crusade that doesn't involve destroying our children's educa ... Read on »
March 12th -- World Kidney Day by Deepika Posted Thu 14 May 2009 5:01pm Today, March 12th, is being celebrated as World Kidney Day. The kidneys -- each person has two of them located just in front of and on either side of the spinal column -- are very vital organs of the human body; nobody can survive without them. They are responsible for filtering out harmful and toxic waste materials from the body and disposin ... Read on »
Letters to the Vitamin D Council by Mark Pegram Posted Sun 25 Apr 2010 8:38am Here are more letters to Dr. John Cannell. Topics include a person that became toxic which is really unusual.  Others include: depression, reduction of c reactive protein, sleep disorders and the D2 imposter, 2 letters on asthma, resistance to sunburn, severe anxiety and depression, dermatitis in Finland, magnesium deficiency, ethnic minorities ... Read on »
Fruits & Vegetables Promote Kidney Health by A4M Worldhealth.net Posted Mon 06 Dec 2010 10:03pm Posted on 2010-12-06 06:00:00 in Blood Pressure | Diet | In patients with kidney disease, the Western diet produces an acidic environment in the body that has numerous negative effects and wors ... Read on »