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  1. Vitamin D and Calcium for kids - AnnualReview - Feb 2011.pdf
  2. 10 Reasons why children no longer have healthy levels of Vitamin D
  3. 100,000 IU of vitamin D every 90 days was not frequent enough to prevent Diarrhea – Sept 2013
  4. 100,000 IU Vitamin D weekly for 4 weeks is safe and effective for children – May 2019
  5. 1000 IU of vitamin D reduced child PTH, but did not increase Calcium – RCT Jan 2013
  6. 1000 IU vitamin D not enough in winter to restore levels in children - RCT June 2015
  7. 10X increase in cost of vitamin D per child-year in UK in 6 years - Aug 2017
  8. 11X more non-immigrant children allergic to peanuts if vitamin D less than 20 ng – Feb 2013
  9. 1200 IU vs 400 IU of vitamin D did not improve bone health or immunity of children who were sufficient – RCT July 2018
  10. 16% of exclusively breastfed infants so low on vitamin D that they had rickets – June 2010
  11. 1600 IU vitamin D safe for infants – RCT Nov 2102
  12. 1900 IU provides some increase in Vitamin D in both mother and breast milk – Aug 2017
  13. 2,000 IU of vitamin D reduced schizophrenia chance by 77 percent (male infants) - 2004
  14. 2,000 IU vitamin D recommended for pediatric rheumatology – May 2015
  15. 200 IU vitamin D daily not enough to change infant mortality – May 2011
  16. 2000 IU of vitamin D should improve toddlers health in winter – RCT almost completed Feb 2014
  17. 2000 IU vitamin D during pregnancy and 800 IU to infant resulted in less use of antibiotics – RCT April 2014
  18. 2000 IU vitamin D3 was not enough for children with chronic kidney disease – Feb 2013
  19. 26 X increase in Vitamin D prescriptions for youths in England in 8 years – Dec 2019
  20. 2X improved development by severely malnourished children with 2 loading doses of vitamin D – RCT May 2018
  21. 30 to 40 ng of vitamin D associated with the least peanut allergy – Nov 2012
  22. 300 IU is not enough vitamin D for preterm infants – March 2014
  23. 34 percent increase in hospital admissions for low vitamin D in a single year (UK) – Feb 2019
  24. 3X fewer infant dental caries if good level of vitamin D while pregnant – April 2014
  25. 3X increase in UK children who are vitamin D deficient in just 5 years – Nov 2015
  26. 3X less Septic Shock in children with sepsis getting 150,000 IU of Vitamin D - RCT June 2020
  27. 3X more allergy to peanuts if child born with low UV – Feb 2011
  28. 3X more kids were vitamin D deficient when entering UK hospitals than 4 years before – Oct 2014
  29. 40 percent of internationally adopted children had low vitamin D (10-20 ng) – July 2018
  30. 400 IU not enough to raise preemies vitamin D level to 30 ng – Dissertation 2010
  31. 400 IU of vitamin D for infants is good, 200 IU is not enough – RCT April 2013
  32. 400 IU of vitamin D for the mother gave only 1 in 340 infants sufficient vitamin D – Nov 2017
  33. 400 IU of Vitamin D in food provided virtually no benefit to children - March 2018
  34. 400 IU of Vitamin D provided no benefit to children (not a surprise) – RCT March 2018
  35. 400 IU vitamin D daily got most infants above 20 ng – Jan 2011
  36. 400 IU vitamin D for breastfed - American Association of Pediatrics - Feb 2012
  37. 400 IU vitamin D for infants and 2000 IU during pregnancy if high risk – June 2010
  38. 400 IU vitamin D was insufficient for 6 percent born of Vitamin D-Deficient Mothers – June 2013
  39. 430 genes changed when 3,800 IU Vitamin D added in late second trimester – RCT May 2018
  40. 5 out of 6 children who died in pediatric critical care unit had low vitamin D – May 2014
  41. 50,000 IU Vitamin D one time after birth helped – RCT Jan 2015
  42. 5X increase in vitamin D deficiency after leaving primary school (Tasmania) – Oct 2012
  43. 6 year-old children were 5X less likely to have food allergies if supplementing with vitamin D – July 2019

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