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  1. American College of Rheumatology Guidelines finally include Vitamin D – June 2017
  2. 6500 IU vitamin D and 1000 mg Calcium daily did not improve bone density – Sept 2011
  3. 4X increase in osteoporosis visits, but vitamin D information is still not available – May 2013
  4. 2000 to 3000 IU required to start to help with osteoporos – June 2010
  5. 2X to 3X higher hip fracture rate in Asia in past 30 years – Aug 2012
  6. 4000 IU Vitamin D intervention helped elderly bones – March 2010
  7. Causes, consequences, and treatment of osteoporosis in men– Aug 2013
  8. Bisphosphonates 4.5 X more likely to work when vitamin D level above 33 ng – Sept 2011
  9. Better Hip Resurfacing after vitamin D levels had been normalized – March 2011
  10. Do not just take more Calcium if you fear Osteoporosis- Mercola Dec 2010
  11. Even 400 IU reduced bone loss a bit – Aug 2010
  12. COPD, Osteoporosis, and low Vitamin D – Sept 2016
  13. Hip fracture and vitamin D – Health ABC study – May 2012
  14. Hunchback associated with extremely low vitamin D – Oct 2013
  15. Fractures are not a function of vitamin D genes – Aug 2018
  16. Korea proposes vitamin D of 20 ng, but notes 20ng increases osteo by 50 percent – Oct 2012
  17. Low vitamin D may account for half of the reasons for osteomalacia – Oct 2010
  18. 800 IU Vitamin D proven again to not be enough to stop bone loss - Aug 2015
  19. Alcoholics have osteoporosis – Nov 2010
  20. Alcoholics with low vitamin D get more bone fractures -Jan 2011
  21. 5X increase in hip fracture rates in 65 years - 1998
  22. 4X more likely to add Calcium to diet than take supplements – Sept 2010
  23. 22 percent more bone cracking found with low vitamin D – July 2013
  24. 2800 IU vitamin D daily did not decrease bone loss for those with MS – March 2011
  25. 3D images of bone plus position statements on Osteo and vitamin D – 2012
  26. Calcium citrate and more than 800 IU of vitamin D to treat Osteoporosis – Mar 2011
  27. Calcium Essential to Limit Osteoporosis but Avoid Excess, Say Europeans - Nov 2017
  28. Calcium added for osteoporosis may not help and might be harmful – Feb 2018
  29. Calcium and vitamin D supplements after hip fracture reduced death rate by 25% – Feb 2011
  30. BMD improved with 800 mg Calcium, 400 IU of vitamin D, and 100 ug of vitamin K – April 2011
  31. Bone diseases related to many Vitamin D diseases – June 2016
  32. Bones not helped much by vitamin D (low dose or short term) National Osteoporosis Foundation – Feb 2016
  33. Bone Health and Vit D: Evidence Based Review 2007
  34. Bone marrow foot oedema (rare pain in children, all were Vitamin D deficient) – May 2019
  35. European Osteo group recommends 20-50 ng of vitamin D – Jan 2013
  36. Degeneration of lumbar disc 2.5 X more likely if poor Vitamin D receptor (not detected by test) Feb 2018
  37. COPD – Bone Metabolism – Osteoporosis – Vitamin D appear related – Mar 2011
  38. HIV leads to low vitamin D which leads to osteoporosis – a growing problem May 2012
  39. HIV patients had bone loss and less than 20 ng of vitamin D – Sept 2010
  40. Forum on Aging and Skeletal Health – Sept 2011
  41. Low Calcium and vitamin D makes osteomalacia but either makes osteoporosis – Sept 2010
  42. Low vitamin D with high vitamin A associated with increased risk of osteoporosis – June 2010
  43. Lowest cost osteoporosis treatment was vitamin D and Calcium – Oct 2010
  44. Is it ethical to not give vitamin D in osteoporosis trials– NEJM Sept 2010
  45. Majority of animal bone fractures healed more quickly with vitamin D – May 2011
  46. Magnesium Reduces Osteoporosis - Infographic June 2014
  47. Female Colon Cancer survivors had 74 percent increased risk of osteoporosis (perhaps low vitamin D) – July 2019
  48. Vitamin D receptors get worse with age with osteoporosis – Dec 2018
  49. Osteoporosis 3X higher risk of in white men having a poor Vitamin D receptor – Aug 2019
  50. Osteoporosis is associated with genes such as the Vitamin D Receptor – July 2019

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