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  1. A Dermatologist’s Perspective on Vitamin D - Mayo April 2012.pdf
  2. 25 percent of most dermatologic prescriptions are not filled, however all vitamin D analogs were filled – Aug 2017
  3. 5X more likely to have facial skin aging if vitamin D insufficient – Dec 2010
  4. 70 percent of some skin problems resolved with 7100 IU vitamin D (50000 weekly) – Jan 2011
  5. 92 percent of Burn patients had low vitamin D, 600 IU did not help – Aug 2014
  6. Acne
  7. Acne - Accutane - vitamin A - vitamin D and suicide - Nov 2010
  8. Acne 3X more likely if low Vitamin D – meta-analysis Oct 2019
  9. Another activator of vitamin D is the skin - June 2011
  10. Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema) in Mongolian children reduced with 1,000 IU of vitamin D – RCT Oct 2014
  11. Atopic Dermatitis and Eczema - many studies
  12. Atopic dermatitis dramatically reduced in Iran with 1600 IU of vitamin D – RCT March 2012
  13. Atopic Dermatitis risk is 55 percent higher if low vitamin D – Meta-analysis Oct 2015
  14. Atopic dermatitis treated by Vitamin D (in dogs too) - RCT Feb 2018
  15. Atopic dermatitis worse for those with low vitamin D – Nov 2010
  16. Atopic Eczema might be helped by Vitamin D – Review May 2015
  17. Blotchy skin in seniors (Bateman purpura or dermatoporosis) treated by topical vitamin C, etc. – RCT Aug 2017
  18. Burn patients have little vitamin D and benefit when it is restored
  19. Burned skin produces only about 25 percent as much vitamin D – March 2012
  20. Burns - will 200,000 IU of vitamin D decrease hospital stay - RCT 2021
  21. Chinese Skin Pigmentation Types (original in Chinese) - 2019
  22. Deep wounds (Diabetic) healed slowly if low vitamin D – June 2019
  23. Dermatologists are reminded of the importance of vitamin D in 8 diseases – Oct 2017
  24. Dermatologists still not convienced that Vitamin D reduces atopic dermatitis – Review Dec 2013
  25. Dermatologists use sun block, stay indoors, and have low vitamin D (Thai in this study) – Dec 2018
  26. Dermatologists view of UV radiation and the Skin – June 2013
  27. Dr. Holick video on vitamin D - March 2013
  28. Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) treated by 1,600 IU Vitamin D (again) – Meta-analysis Aug 2019
  29. Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) treated by 1600 IU of vitamin D – meta-analysis Dec 2016
  30. Eczema 25 percent more likely if low vitamin D– July 2013
  31. Eczema not reduced in small study which used narrowband UVB to raise vitamin D levels – Feb 2014
  32. Every person having Verneuil's disease (skin) was vitamin D deficient – Dec 2014
  33. Evidence indicating that vitamin D deals with microorganisms in atopic dermatitis – Jan 2015
  34. Expert Review by Dermatologists: get more vitamin D but avoid the sun – Dec 2012
  35. Fewer Burn problems if adequate Vitamin D – Less ICU, Hospital, Sepsis (10X) – Dec 2019
  36. For small amounts of sunshine the amount of skin exposed may not matter – Jan 2011
  37. Have We Gotten Sunscreen Totally Wrong - Jan 2019
  38. Hypothesis - Atopic Dermatitis protected by Omega-3 - Aug 2015
  39. Hypothesis: Extensive burns reduce vitamin D, which increase bone loss – Nov 2012
  40. Increased risk of atopic dermatitis with low vitamin D during pregnancy perhaps due to poor methylation – Oct 2018
  41. Intense UV damages cadaver skin– Oct 2012
  42. Itchy skin (pruritus) due to kidney disease was treated with topical vitamin D – April 2015
  43. Leprosy 28 X more likely if a newly found Vitamin D Receptor modification (A61894G) – Dec 2017
  44. Leprosy risk is reduced by 3X for some types of Vitamin D Receptor (Brazil) – Sept 2019

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