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  1. 7 percent less likely to get immune mediated disease if born in the fall – July 2012
  2. Anorexia is associated with low vitamin D at birth
  3. Association between season of birth and suicide – perhaps vitamin D – Sept 2012
  4. Autoimmune Addison's Disease – increased risk if born in Dec or Jan – Nov 2016
  5. Conception in winter increases rate of Autism, learning disabilities, dyslexia – Oct 2016
  6. Diseases correlated to month of birth – 2008
  7. Environmental risk factors for MS include latitude and vitamin D – Sept 2012
  8. Gallstones 33 percent more likely if born during winter – Dec 2016
  9. Health problems are related to birth month - June 2015
  10. Hypothesis- birth rate variation with season may trump MS variation with vitamin D – Jan 2014
  11. Hypothesis: Low vitamin D linked to Myopia
  12. Is the variation in winter babies due to vitamin D – 2009
  13. Little sun in first trimester, 2.9 X more likely to have learning disabilities – June 2019
  14. Multiple Sclerosis 23 percent more likely if born in April vs. Oct – meta-analysis Nov 2012
  15. October Babies more likely to be successful, live longer, etc (Vitamin D, etc) Oct 2019
  16. Odds of living to 100 increase by 40 percent if had been born in the fall – 2011
  17. Schizophrenia increased 40 percent for Spring births after Danes stopped vitamin D fortification – April 2014
  18. Season of Birth
  19. Season of birth (Vitamin D) vs birth weight, puberty, body size, etc. – Oct 2015
  20. Season of birth associated with pneumonia (10 pcnt) and multiple sclerosis (30 pcnt) – May 2013
  21. UV at time of conception associated with Vitamin D Receptor activation 65 years later – Sept 2017

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