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Low Vitamin D in infants - video interview of Dr. Holick - May 2017


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Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) 1 in 5,000 people
EDS results in hypermobility of joints and skin
If one parent has EDS then 50% chance that the infant will have EDS
If two parents have EDS then 75% chance in infant
No DNA test (yet) for EDS
EDS very dangerous if also have low vitamin D. Looks like broken bones due to child abuse
EDS on Wikipedia 13 types of EDS as of 2017
Best source of Calcium Milk or yogurt (especially if lactose intolerant - also TUMS)
No need to test, very low cost, just supplement
If mother minimally took prenatal Vitamins (400 IU) highly likely that both mother and infant will be deficient
Legs can be bowed out or bowed in with Rickets
Head sweating in infant is a good sign of low vitamin D
Infant can bruise easily with rickets


Appears to be discussing his Sept 2016 study

Multiple unexplained fractures in infants and child physical abuse.
J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol. 2016 Sep 15. pii: S0960-0760(16)30248-5. doi: 10.1016/j.jsbmb.2016.09.012
Cannell JJ1, Holick MF2.

When an infant presents with X-rays showing multiple unexplained fractures in various stages of healing (MUFVSH), the child is usually diagnosed with child abuse based on criteria of the Academy of Pediatrics' Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect (AAPCCAAN). Almost always, the infant is subsequently removed from the home and civil or criminal proceeding commence. It may be that healing infantile rickets or other poorly understood metabolic bone disorders of infancy are responsible for these x-rays. Activated vitamin D is a seco-steroid hormone, whose mechanism of action is genetic regulation. Lack of it can result in musculoskeletal defects known as rickets. Low calcium can also cause rickets. However, it is clear that experts for the state believe that the x-rays in these cases are so definitive as to be pathognomonic for child abuse. Therefore, if the caregivers deny abusing their infants, experts following American Academy of Pediatric's Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect. guidelines are essentially claiming that x-rays showing multiple unexplained fractures in various stages of healing are lie detector tests. However, it is not widely appreciated that the gold standard for the diagnosis of rickets is a bone biopsy, not x-rays, as radiologists miss biopsy proven rickets 80% of the time; that is, 4 out of 5 infants with rickets will have normal x-rays. In this article we provide reports of two cases and their outcomes. We discuss information about healing infantile rickets and an example of common sense medical conclusions in these cases. This information could lead to a significant reduction in the number of innocent parents having their infant removed or sent to prison.
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Audio-only interview April 2017
What is vitamin D
Is it possible to reduce the risk of the flu by as much as 42%
Vitamin D controls over 200 genes in the cardiovascular system
Reduce the risk of heart attack by 50%
Lack of Vitamin D causes higher blood pressure
Why we who live in Norway have 10-15x greater likelihood of diabetes
How much vitamin D your body needs every single day
What are the symptoms of too little D vitamin
Why is vitamin D so incredibly important to us
What diseases can you get because of little vitamin D
How long do you have to be in the sun to limit the likelihood of high blood pressure and illnesses?
Do you live in Norway? Your body does NOT produce vitamin D 6 months of the year.
If are you born in the winter, you have a higher risk of Schizophrenia later in life.
Higher vitamin D values reduce the risk of cesarean section by 200 to 300%
How high values should you have while you are pregnant
How much D Vitamin should have small children every day
Why your skin turns red when you're in the sun? Use of sunscreen
The most dangerous form of skin cancer occurs when you do not get sun.
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JAMA wondered about EDS - Oct 2017

Flawed Theories to Explain Child Physical Abuse: What Are the Medical-Legal Consequences?
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Cited 34 times as of June 2024 - appears to both agree and disagree


Vitamin D deficiency in patients with Ehlers–Danlos syndrome - 2024

Endocrine Abstracts (2024) 99 EP545 | DOI: 10.1530/endoabs.99.EP545
Poprawa Iga 1,2 , Babula Emilia 1,2 , Żuk-Łapan Aleksandra 1,2 , Podstawka Jakub 1,2 , Julia Latocha 1,2 , Zuzanna Szymańska 1,2 , Domański Jan 1,2 , Bernadetta Kaluza 1,2 & Franek Edward 1,2,3

Background : Ehlers–Danlos syndrome encompasses a group of genetic conditions characterized by alterations in connective tissue structure, with the consequent increased risk of developing osteopenia, osteoporosis, and incurring fractures. Maintaining vitamin D levels within normal limits is known to play an important role in preventing these complications, which seems to be particularly important in patients with Ehlers–Danlos syndrome. The purpose of this study was to assess serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D, or 25(OH)D, levels in women with Ehlers–Danlos syndrome.

Material and methods: The study involved a prospective assessment of 30 female patients, aged 20–53 years, with hypermobile or classical Ehlers–Danlos syndrome. All patients underwent calcium and phosphorus metabolism testing and bone mineral density (BMD) scans of the femoral neck and lumbar spine. The patients were divided into two groups: those with vitamin D deficiency, defined as serum 25(OH)D levels of < 30 ng/ml (group 1, n=18) and those with normal (> 30 ng/ml) 25(OH)D levels (group 2, n=12).

Results: Eighteen patients (60%) showed vitamin 25(OH)D deficiency, with three of those (16.7%) showing secondary hyperparathyroidism. Study groups 1 and 2 showed no significant differences in terms of serum levels of calcium (2.4±0.09 mmol/l vs 2.39±0.07 mmol/l, P=0.88), phosphorus (3.51±0.7 mg/dl vs 3.42±0.51 mg/dl, P=0.86), bone-specific alkaline phosphatase (10.36±3.06 µg/l vs 8.28±1.31 µg/l, P=0.007), beta-CrossLaps (0.39±0.19 ng/ml vs 0.39±0.17 ng/ml, P=0.69), or osteocalcin (20.14±8 ng/ml vs 21.23±6.67 ng/ml, P=0.46), femoral neck BMD (0.95±0.12 g/cm2 vs 0.92±0.13 g/cm2, P=0.57), or lumbar spine BMD (0.12±0.16 g/cm2 vs 0.13±0.11 g/cm2, P=0.14).

Conclusions: Sixty percent of patients with Ehlers–Danlos syndrome showed vitamin 25(OH)D deficiency. Parameters of calcium–phosphorus metabolism in these patients were not significantly different from those in patients with normal serum vitamin 25(OH)D levels.


Vascular type Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is associated with platelet dysfunction and low vitamin D serum concentration - 2016

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Shaken Baby Syndrome, etc. in VitaminDWiki


55+ VitaminDWiki pages have HOLICK in the title

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Dr. Holick interview with transcript - May 2024 05 May, 2024
Podcast by Dr. Holick on vitamin D - Feb 2011 05 May, 2024
Prostate Cancer - interview of Dr. Holick by Baggerly - video and transcript Jan 2024 05 May, 2024
Should You Take A Vitamin D Supplement - Dr Holick transcript Oct 2022 28 Nov, 2023
Vitamin D: 100 year anniversary of discovery – Holick Jan 2023 23 Jan, 2023
Vitamin D and neurocognitive function – Holick April 2014 21 Oct, 2022
Vitamin D and neurocognitive function – Holick Oct 2022 21 Oct, 2022
How Sensible Sun Exposure Benefits Your Health -Holick interview May 2022 30 May, 2022
UV, sunshine, and vitamin D (87 charts) - Holick March 2013 11 Jan, 2022
Vitamin D and COVID-19: a narrative review - Holick - Jan 4, 2022 10 Jan, 2022
Low Vitamin D in infants - video interview of Dr. Holick - May 2017 11 Dec, 2021
Hospital has banned Dr. Holick due to testifying in cases of infants with broken bones- August, 2021 03 Aug, 2021
Vitamin D Is Not as Toxic as Was Once Thought – Holick May 2015 20 Mar, 2021
Vitamin D, Zinc, etc. look promising for COVID-19 (Holick) - Jan 25, 2021 28 Jan, 2021
A call to action: Vitamin D for hip fracture (50,000 weekly for 8 weeks, then bi-weekly – Holick July 2020 11 Dec, 2020
Rate of COVID-19 test positive is 40 pcnt lower if high vitamin D (192,000 people) - Holick Sept 2020 17 Sep, 2020
Immunologic Effects of Vitamin D on Human Health and Disease - Holick July 2020 15 Jul, 2020
The vitamin D deficiency pandemic – Holick May 2017 21 Jan, 2020
Call to action – more Vitamin D for pregnancies, loading doses are OK – Holick Aug 2019 25 Jun, 2019
Diagnosis and treatment of osteopenia – Holick 2010 10 Dec, 2018
Photobiology of Vitamin D – free chapter in book – Holick 2010 17 Nov, 2018
Kaiser Health News wrote a damning article about Dr. Holick and Vitamin D, NYT published it – Aug 2018 20 Aug, 2018
Vitamin D - at least 4,000 IU to achieve 40-60 ng and reduce risk of early death – Holick June 2018 04 Jun, 2018
Role of Vitamin D in the Pathogenesis of Diabetes – Holick July 2017 16 Jul, 2017
The risks and benefits of sun exposure – Holick Oct 2016 05 Jan, 2017
Vitamin D presentation by Dr. Holick Spring 2012 08 Mar, 2016
Holick interview by Mercola on Vitamin D – Dec 2015 17 Jan, 2016
Major review of Vitamin D – Holick Feb 2013 27 Dec, 2015
Vitamin D Global Perspective - Holick June 2013 27 Dec, 2015
Dr. Holick video on vitamin D - March 2013 27 Dec, 2015
Vitamin D from 1940 and into the future – Holick video Nov 2013 28 Nov, 2015
Vitamin D review – Holick Jan 2013 24 Sep, 2015
Go ahead, soak up some sun (but don’t burn) – Holick July 2015 01 Aug, 2015
Chicago Sun Times on vitamin D: Depression, chest pain, fibromyalgia, Holick, 3000 IU without test - May 2010 15 Jul, 2015
Chicago Times on vitamin D: Depression, chest pain, fibromyalgia, Holick, 3000 IU without test - May 2010 15 Jul, 2015
Live Longer with Vitamin D - Holick March 2015 17 May, 2015
Sunlight and Your Health: An EnLIGHTening Perspective - Holick Video Dec 2014 14 Mar, 2015
Less sun means more disease -Grant, Holick, Cannell, et al Feb 2015 05 Mar, 2015
Cancer, Sunlight, and Vitamin D - Holick Oct 2014 06 Oct, 2014
Environmental factors that influence the cutaneous production of vitamin D – Holick 1995 06 Jan, 2014
If You're Low in This Nutrient, It Doubles Your Odds of Many Cancers– Interview Dr. Holick Oct 2013 23 Dec, 2013
Patent application for a skin cream which enhances production of vitamin D – Holick July 2013 24 Nov, 2013
Vitamin D update – Holick Sept 2013 11 Nov, 2013
Vitamin D, Sunlight and Cancer Connection – Holick Jan 2013 11 Aug, 2013
Vitamin D encyc. - 2nd edition, Holick - April 2013 02 Mar, 2013
Major review of Vitamin D – Holick 2013 part II 08 Feb, 2013
Vitamin D: A D-Lightful Vitamin for Health – Holick Dec 2012 07 Jan, 2013
Evidence for vitamin D – Holick June 2012 23 Nov, 2012
VITAMIN D: A D-LIGHTFUL SOLUTION FOR GOOD HEALTH – Holick 2012 30 Oct, 2012
Michael Holick – reduce health care costs 25 percent – interview Sept 2010 07 Oct, 2012
High Prevalence of Vitamin D Inadequacy - Holick Mayo Clinic 2006 14 May, 2012
Professional book on Vitamin D - Editor Holick 2010 27 Aug, 2011
Vitamin D Holick – Jan 2011 29 Mar, 2011
Vitamin D is essential to the modern indoor lifestyle – interview Holick Oct 2010 09 Oct, 2010
Interview of pioneer in Vitamin D research - Holick LEF Sept 2010 08 Sep, 2010


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