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  1. 98 percent of black women had less than 20 ng of vitamin D – July 2012
  2. A-A need 2100 to 3100 IU every day all year – March 2010
  3. 88 percent of African immigrants to Melborne had less than 20 ng of vitamin D
  4. African Americans need vitamin D intervention as well as education – Dec 2014
  5. African immigrants: half are vitamin D deficient (based on Caucasian measures) – May 2015
  6. African-American medical risks
  7. Africans in Europe might only need 19 ng of vitamin D – estimated from PTH July 2011
  8. Another indiction that lower level of vitamin D are OK in blacks – Anemia Oct 2013
  9. 800 IU Vitamin D better than sunlight for non-western immigrants – Aug 2010
  10. 80 year old blacks 3X more likely to be low on vitamin D than whites – Dec 2008
  11. 20 ng of vitamin D is enough for African American PTH – Dec 2011
  12. 10 health problems associated with Dark Skin (low vitamin D)
  13. CDC Nutrients: 30 percent dark skinned have less than 20 ng of vitamin D - March 2012
  14. Blacks and whites may need different levels of vitamin D etc – Sept 2010
  15. Blacks are still not getting enough vitamin D – Dec 2010
  16. Black members of Adventist church defy health disparities – June 2011
  17. Black women and vitamin D: Nigeria 26 ng, Chicago 12 ng – April 2013
  18. Blacks may need less vitamin D than whites – PTH Aug 2010
  19. Blacks not taking mulitvitamins were 5X more likely to be vitamin D insufficient– June 2011
  20. Blacks similar to elderly in vitamin D status – Dec 2008
  21. Bibliography of Black-White health disparities linked to vitamin D - Dr. Grant March 2017
  22. Elderly black women had low vitamin D which did not increase in the summer – Jan 2010
  23. Fair skin has lower vitamin D levels than dark skin – contrary to other studies – 2009
  24. Darker skin smokers have lower levels of vitamin D – Feb 2015
  25. Darned ancestors: Light skin is more expensive than dark skin
  26. Dark skinned Caribbean seniors have enough vitamin D – April 2011
  27. Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (Wash D.C) invited Dr. Matthews to speak to them on Vitamin D – Sept 2018
  28. Human skin pigmentation, migration and disease susceptibility – Mar 2012
  29. Hypothesis: Vitamin D will decrease CVD and diabetes in African Americans – May 2011
  30. Immigrants and refugees had lower vitamin D levels – Jan 2013
  31. Genes for light skin – 29,000 and 900,000 years old – Oct 2017
  32. Little variation in vitamin D levels with skin color in Brazil – July 2014
  33. Lack of vitamin D closely associated with black health disparities – Nov 2010
  34. Low Vitamin D with dark skin, even if live closer to equator and higher altitude – Feb 2013
  35. Low vitamin D 5 times more likely in poor and ethnic neighborhoods (than the best in Dublin) – Nov 2016
  36. 97 percent of pregnant Blacks had less than 32 ng of vitamin D - 2010
  37. 86 percent with TB did not have 30 ng of vitamin D and many were black – Sept 2010
  38. 83 percent of children had less than 20 ng of vitamin D – 15 ng avg for hispanic – Aug 2012
  39. Abu Dhabi 2012 - Haq
  40. African-Americans and MS
  41. African-Americans need only 20 ng of vitamin, not 30 ng, based on iPTH – Sept 2012
  42. African-Americans with poor sleep have lower levels of vitamin D – Aug 2015
  43. African Americans are more likely than whites to develop Alzheimer’s (Vitamin D)
  44. Another urban area in a sunny climate is vitamin D deficient – Bangkok Nov 2011
  45. 78 percent of pregnant immigrants in Sweden had less than 10 ng low vitamin D – Nov 2013
  46. 2X more people have less than 30 ng of vitamin D in a decade – Feb 2010
  47. 30 percent of US had less than 20 ng of vitamin D - CDC March 2011
  48. 42 percent of US adults less than 20 ng of vitamin D and 82 percent of blacks – Jan 2011
  49. Calcium with Vitamin D2 then D3 helps A-A after heart failure – Jan 2011
  50. CDC vitamin D statistics for women: including blacks and high BMI – March 2012

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