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  1. Falls and Fractures
  2. Bone density improved by monthly 50,000 IU of vitamin D for 6 months – RCT Jan 2021
  3. Yet another low Vitamin D health problem with increased COVID-19 risks (Vertebral Fracture) – Oct 2020
  4. 1 in 3 died after hip fracture but only 1 in 14 if add Vitamin D and exercise – RCT April 2017
  5. 1 in 4 Iranian patients did not achieve 20 ng with 3700 IU vitamin D daily for a year after fracture – Nov 2013
  6. 1000 IU minimum to decrease falls and fractures Swiss - 2009
  7. 20 percent fewer male hip fractures if more Magnesium in the water – July 2013
  8. 24 years ago hip fractures were reduced 24 percent in a large trial using Vitamin D and Ca – Oct 2016
  9. 2X fewer Senior falls in group getting 100,000 IU vitamin D monthly via Meals-on-Wheels – RCT Aug 2015
  10. 2X more falls for senior men with less than 20ng of vitamin D – April 2011
  11. 3 instead of 11 fractures with Parkinson disease when have enough sun - Nov 2010
  12. 3.5 X higher risk of death 2 years after hip fracture surgery if low vitamin D – Jan 2020
  13. 30 percent less chance of dying after hip fracture if take vitamin D and other drugs – 2011
  14. 39% fewer falls with 2000 IU than 800 IU – RCT June 2010
  15. 400 IU of vitamin D does not prevent fractures – US Preventive Services – April 2018
  16. 400 IU of Vitamin D is too little and annual is too infrequent to prevent falls-fractures (no news) USPSTF Sept 2017
  17. 4X reduction in bone fractures following Kidney Transplant with monthly Vitamin D (100,000 IU) - RCT June 2019
  18. 75 percent of hip fractures associated with vitamin D deficiency - Jan 2011
  19. 800 IU of vitamin D does not prevent enough falls to be cost effective - July 2015
  20. 800 IU of vitamin D does not prevent falls (nope, need at least 2,000) - March 2015
  21. 800 IU vitamin D reduces falls - Dec 2009
  22. A call to action: Vitamin D for hip fracture (50,000 weekly for 8 weeks, then bi-weekly – Holick July 2020
  23. Active form of vitamin D (calcitriol) cut in half the fractures following organ transplant – meta-analysis Aug 2011
  24. Acute fracture patients – 70 percent were vitamin D deficient – meta-analysis Sept 2015
  25. Added 1 lb of muscle to sarcopenia adults in 13 weeks with just 800 IU vitamin D and protein – RCT Jan 2017
  26. Ankle strength and vitamin D lowest in winter, and were associated with more elderly falls – May 2012
  27. Bone density improved with resveratrol (which improves Vitamin D Receptor) – RCT Sept 2018
  28. Bone fracture (low energy) 19X more likely in children if low vitamin K2 - June 2017
  29. Bone fracture healing not a function of vitamin D level – Jan 2013
  30. Bone fracture in children 1.8 X more likely if born in winter (low vitamin D) – Dec 2014
  31. Bone fractures 2.8 X more likely among cancer survivors (perhaps low vitamin D) – Dec 2017
  32. Bone fractures heal poorly with only 1,000 IU of vitamin D (not a surprise) – Sept 2017
  33. Bone fractures healed much better if more than 20ng of vitamin D – Sept 2016
  34. Bone fractures in children requiring surgery were 55X more likely with low vitamin D – June 2015
  35. Bone fractures occurred twice as often if low Magnesium – April 2017
  36. Bone fractures reduced by a minimum of 800 IU vitamin D and Calcium – meta-meta-analysis March 2014
  37. Bone increased : Stiffness (Vitamin D), Flexibility (Vitamin K2) – Sept 2020
  38. Bone loss (following gastric cancer) reduced by 16,000 IU of vitamin D every 10 days – Aug 2017
  39. Bone strength (more accurate than BMD) is inversely associated with vitamin D level – May 2015
  40. Both Calcium AND vitamin D needed to prevent elderly fractures – Sept 2010
  41. Calcium (alone) does not reduce risk of bone fracture
  42. Calcium by itself does not reduce risk of fractures (shown yet again) – Oct 2019
  43. Calcium supplements proven to NOT reduce fractures, but are proven to INCREASE heart problems – July 2015
  44. Chance of a fall decreased with vitamin D3 but increased with D2 – Oct 2011
  45. Children with forearm fractures have lower levels of vitamin D – June 2017
  46. Children with fracture history have lower vitamin D levels (behind paywall) – June 2016
  47. Cochrane review finds that Vitamin D helps prevent fractures– downloaded Feb 2010

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