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  1. Calcium and Vit D reduce fractures but increase kidney stones - 2006
  2. For COVID-19: Vitamin C use might cause kidney stones, but Vitamin D will not– Aug 8, 2020
  3. Excess Uric Acid associated with low vitamin D
  4. Overview Kidney Stones and vitamin D
  5. Magnesium in Healthcare (Rickets, Stones, Pregnancy, Depression, etc.) with level of evidence – Sept 2017
  6. Deficiency All Cause TB Kidney Stone
  7. Vitamin D supplementation and fewer kidney stones – meta-analysis of RCT Sept 2016
  8. Cochrane review finds that Vitamin D and Calcium treat osteoporosis – Feb 2010
  9. Cochrane review finds that Vitamin D helps prevent fractures– downloaded Feb 2010
  10. Do lifeguards have more renal stones – Sept 2010
  11. Is excess calcium harmful to health - 2010
  12. Kidney stone production REDUCED in rats when Vitamin D and Calcium was added – Dec 2013
  13. Kidney stones (Calcium) associated with lower vitamin D this time – April 2016
  14. Kidney stones associated with higher vitamin D (but not agree how much 20-100 ng) – meta-analysis March 2016
  15. Kidney stones independant of vitamin D levels in range 20-100 ng – Oct 2013
  16. Kidney Stones risk increased 1.3 X to 2 X by antibiotics, especially children – May 2018
  17. Large dose Vitamin D taken in 32 long trials –adverse events were rare - Dec 2018
  18. Overview Hyperparathyroidism and vitamin D
  19. Professional book on Vitamin D - Editor Holick 2010
  20. Vitamin D researchers are taking 2000 to 10000 IU – July 2010
  21. Yet again, 1 gram of Calcium increases Kidney stones with vitamin D – July 2011
  22. Kidney stones Vitamin D myth from medical book - 2010
  23. Kidney stone risk varies a lot with both genetics and race – meta-analysis May 2021
  24. Kidney Stones are related to poor genes – example of CYP24A1 (Vitamin D) – Nov 2019

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