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  1. 99 percent of psychiatric population had less than 30 ng of vitamin D – June 2013
  2. A protocol to review of vitamin D supplementation in depression in adults – Aug 2013
  3. Antidepressant Drugs of minimal value unless very depressed – JAMA Jan 2010
  4. 400 IU vitamin D was not enough to stop depression - Aug 2012
  5. 36 percent less depression when have high level of vitamin D – July 2011
  6. Battling the winter blues with vitamin D (4000 IU) Dec 2015
  7. Better Mental, Emotional and General health with better vitamin D – Oct 2017
  8. Elderly depression associated with low vitamin D - July 2015
  9. Depression Hospitalization associated with low vitamin D – Sept 2015
  10. Depression in UAE peaks in the summer – probably due to sun avoidance – Feb 2011
  11. Depression not reduced when vitamin D levels less than 30 nanograms – RCT Nov 2015
  12. Depression probably treated by bi-weekly 50,000 IU of vitamin D - RCT 2020
  13. Depression reduced by Vitamin D – literature review Feb 2018
  14. Depression substantially reduced by getting Vitamin D above 40 ng plus multi-nutrients – Pure North Feb 2018
  15. Depression 30 percent less likely if more than 30 ng of vitamin D – March 2015
  16. Depression 40 percent more likely if low vitamin D – Oct 2011
  17. Depression and low Vitamin D – review 2014
  18. Depression appears to consume vitamin D – Feb 2015
  19. Depression greatly reduced with higher levels of vitamin D – April 2014
  20. Depressed adults with low vitamin D - decrease in depression associated with increase in vitamin D – Oct 2018
  21. Hospital length of stay for depressed patients – 29 days if SE facing room, 59 days if NW – July 2016
  22. High levels of vitamin D associated with somewhat less depression – Mayo Nov 2011
  23. Hypothesis - Reduce insomnia with vitamin D
  24. Hypothesis – A SAD risk factor is low vitamin D – Nov 2014
  25. Hypothesis lack of vitamin D leads to depression leads to alcohol use
  26. First episode psychosis associated with a 33 percent lower vitamin D in 3 races – Sept 2013
  27. Less recent sun, more suicide (similar title to our short video: less sun, more disease) – Sept 2014
  28. Light Therapy Lamp review - for Seasonal Affective Disorder - May 2015
  29. Less than 20 ng vitamin D increases depression by 80 percent – Dec 2010
  30. Low vitamin D intake associated with depressive symptoms in senior women – Oct 2011
  31. Increased incidence of depression – perhaps due to lower vitamin D
  32. The Role of Vitamin D in Depression: From a Curious Idea to a Therapeutic Option (noabstract) – Dec 2013
  33. Anxiety (GAD) treated by 50,000 IU of Vitamin D each week (Omega-3, Mg also help) – Sept 2019
  34. Depression in University students proportional to degree of Vitamin D deficiency (39 countries) – July 2019
  35. Suicide associated with low vitamin D
  36. Adults with intellectual disabilities under psychiatric care have low levels of vitamin D – Sept 2014
  37. 2X more likely to be depressed if low vitamin D (cohort studies) - Meta-analysis Jan 2013
  38. Centenarians with good vitamin D were 1.5 X less likely to depressed – Aug 2018
  39. Clinical Trials of vitamin D can have “biological flaws” – Jan 2015
  40. Children with mental disorders have somewhat less vitamin D levels (graph) Jan 2014
  41. Dopamine increased with vitamin D supplementation (in rats) April 2016
  42. Elderly men lacking vitamin D tend to be depressed – Sept 2010
  43. Every school shooter had used antidepression drugs, but how many were low on vitamin D
  44. Depression treated somewhat by Omega-3 (St. John's Wort better) – RAND org reviews 2015
  45. Depression, vitamin D, Magnesium: no agreement Jan 2012
  46. Depression in cardiovascular patients is associated with less than 15 ng vitamin D – June 2010
  47. Depression in Chronic Kidney Disease is predicted to be 6 times more likely if low vitamin D – Feb 2017
  48. Depression in Nepalese 3.5 X more likely if low vitamin D – Sept 2018
  49. Depression is associated with stroke if low vitamin D or winter – Nov 2018
  50. Depression is sometimes associated with low Magnesium – review 2013

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