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  1. All cause mortality and vitamin D - Feb 2011.pdf
  2. US mortality rate decrease if have 45 ng of vitamin D - July 2009.pdf
  3. Risk of death by seniors vs vitamin D level - 2010.pdf
  4. Aging and vitamin D - Hayes 2010.pdf
  5. Vitamin D Hormesis and aging - Hayes 2010.PDF
  6. Live 1.5 years less if born during peak UVB of solar cycle
  7. IOM Table 1 Vit D primary studies
  8. IOM Table 2 Primary Calcium studies
  9. IOM Table 3 primary Vit D and Calcium studies
  10. sun spots decrease lifespan in Maine
  11. US Mortality and vit D Grant 2009
  12. Decreased mortality with sun and or altitude April 2010
  13. Economic burden of premature deaths due to vitamin D deficiency in Canada
  14. Higher vitamin D longer teleomere by 5years - 2007
  15. All Cause Mortality big improvement from 15 to 27 ng - Heaney chart 2010
  16. Vitamin D and Mortality - 2009
  17. Save 160 lives annually if Netherlands have 42 ng vitamin D
  18. Medical Cost at end of llife
  19. hospital prediction of mortality - May 2010
  20. Low vitamin D increased death rate 2X in Finland – Aug 2011
  21. Mortality
  22. Respiratory deaths in seniors – 40 percent are attributable to low vitamin D – Aug 2020
  23. ‘Cracking the Aging Code' with vitamin D, Metformin, etc. Book June 2016
  24. 1.9 X more likely to die if very low vitamin D – June 2014
  25. 2 X more likely to die early if low vitamin D (80 year old Chinese) – April 2019
  26. 2.4 times more likely to die if low Vitamin D (11,000 people for 14 years) – Sept 2016
  27. 2500 to 4000 IU vitamin D would decrease specific disease rates- April 2010
  28. 3 X increased chance of death if have asthma – study of 200,000 people over 10 years – Nov 2012
  29. 3X more likely to die within 3 months of being in ICU for 2 days if less than 20 ng vitamin D – Sept 2013
  30. 4 more reasons to have more than 40 ng of vitamin D - 2015
  31. 40 ng Vitamin D perhaps optimal for reduced mortality – Meta-analysis Jan 2012
  32. 5.8 X more likely to die in 15 year followup if low vitamin D and poor methylation – July 2018
  33. 6 percent less likely to die by taking just a little vitamin D for 3 plus years – RCT Dec 2013
  34. 7X increased chance of death if coronary artery disease and low vitamin D – Oct 2013
  35. Air conditioning has not totally canceled the latitude effective in the US yet – July 2013
  36. All-cause mortality does not relate to vitamin D tests years earlier - April 2012
  37. All-cause mortality is related to low Magnesium, rather than low Vitamin D – April 2015
  38. Almost 6X more likely to die after coronary bypass if vitamin D deficient – Dec 2012
  39. Avoiding the sun reduces lifespan by 2 years (smoking reduces lifespan by 10 years) – March 2016
  40. Breast Cancer Mortality reduced 60 percent if more than 60 ng of Vitamin D – meta-analysis June 2017
  41. Breast Cancer survival 2X more likely if vitamin D sufficient – meta-analysis May 2013
  42. Cancer incidence and mortality is decreased if 40-60 ng of Vitamin D – April 2019
  43. Cancer incidence not reduced by 1100 IU of vitamin D (proven again) but mortality decreased – June 2014
  44. Cancer is leading cause of death - Vitamin D and Receptor activators help
  45. Cancer patients 64% less likely to die if have high level of vitamin D – Dec 2011
  46. Cancer survival 4 percent more likely with just a little more vitamin D (4 ng) - meta-analysis July 2014
  47. Cancer with low Vitamin D increases Mortality by 13 percent – meta-analysis Feb 2019
  48. Cardiac Surgery with low vitamin D increased delirium 1.4X, mortality 1.5X – May 2020
  49. Cardiovascular death 1.5X more likely if less than 20 ng of Vitamin D – 22nd meta-analysis Nov 2019

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