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  1. Osteoporosis prevented and treated by vitamin D and K- July 2007
  2. Low Calcium and vitamin D makes osteomalacia - Sept 2010
  3. Review of vitamin D pathways to bone health - July 2010
  4. 2000 IU barely raised vitamin D levels after hip fracture - May 2010
  5. OA management after hip fracture - 2010.pdf
  6. Guildelines for osteoporosis vitamin D 30 ng - Oct 2010.PDF
  7. Osteororosis guidelines Canada - Sept 2010.pdf
  8. vitamin D and osteoporosis - Nov 2010.pdf
  9. Osteoperosis Evidence 224 pages USPSTF - July 2010.pdf
  10. 1800 to 4000 IU vitamin D to get 30 to-44 ng no risk osteo - July 2010.pdf
  11. Review of Vitamin D and Fracture Reduction - 2008.pdf
  12. Hypovitaminosis D and Orthopaedic Surgery Oct 2010.pdf
  13. WHO Osteoporosis reduced by Vit D and Caclium by 30% - 2006
  14. Paradox - blacks with low vitamin D not have more osteoporosis
  15. Osteo and vitamin D FAQ
  16. Osteoporosis reduced by 800 or more IU of vitamin D - July 2010
  17. Bone pain and celiac disease - Lips - 2011.pdf
  18. Low bone mineral density is inversely associated with both Vitamin D and Resistin (resistance to insulin)
  19. Healthy bones need: Calcium, Vitamin D, Magnesium, Silicon, Vitamin K, and Boron – 2012
  20. Chronic pain if osteoporosis and low vitamin D – June 2020
  21. 2.8X higher risk of osteoporosis if COPD and modified vitamin D receptor genes – Sept 2015
  22. 2000 to 3000 IU required to start to help with osteoporos – June 2010
  23. 20X increase in vitamin D sold and 36 percent decrease in osteoporosis business in Australia – Nov 2013
  24. 22 percent more bone cracking found with low vitamin D – July 2013
  25. 2800 IU vitamin D daily did not decrease bone loss for those with MS – March 2011
  26. 2X to 3X higher hip fracture rate in Asia in past 30 years – Aug 2012
  27. 3D images of bone plus position statements on Osteo and vitamin D – 2012
  28. 4000 IU Vitamin D intervention helped elderly bones – March 2010
  29. 4X increase in osteoporosis visits, but vitamin D information is still not available – May 2013
  30. 4X more likely to add Calcium to diet than take supplements – Sept 2010
  31. 5X increase in hip fracture rates in 65 years - 1998
  32. 6500 IU vitamin D and 1000 mg Calcium daily did not improve bone density – Sept 2011
  33. 800 IU Vitamin D proven again to not be enough to stop bone loss - Aug 2015
  34. 890 IU of vitamin D and 1200 mg Calcium improved bone density – July 2010
  35. 8X higher Osteoporosis risk if high level of vitamin A, vitamin D important too – Feb 2013
  36. Alcoholics have osteoporosis – Nov 2010
  37. Alcoholics with low vitamin D get more bone fractures -Jan 2011
  38. American College of Rheumatology Guidelines finally include Vitamin D – June 2017
  39. Better bones again associated with higher vitamin K intake – Nov 2015
  40. Better Hip Resurfacing after vitamin D levels had been normalized – March 2011
  41. Better total hip replacement if have high vitamin D
  42. Bisphosphonates 4.5 X more likely to work when vitamin D level above 33 ng – Sept 2011
  43. BMD improved with 800 mg Calcium, 400 IU of vitamin D, and 100 ug of vitamin K – April 2011
  44. Bone density of children did not improve with 3 month of vitamin D – Oct 2010
  45. Bone diseases related to many Vitamin D diseases – June 2016
  46. Bone Health and Vit D: Evidence Based Review 2007
  47. Bone loss (following gastric cancer) reduced by 16,000 IU of vitamin D every 10 days – Aug 2017
  48. Bone marrow foot oedema (rare pain in children, all were Vitamin D deficient) – May 2019
  49. Bones not helped much by vitamin D (low dose or short term) National Osteoporosis Foundation – Feb 2016

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