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  1. Iranian children and youths with low vitamin D have many health complaints – Jan 2021
  2. 2,000 IU of vitamin D daily helped 80 percent of adolescents – Dec 2020
  3. Half of obese black teens achieved at least 30 ng of Vitamin D with 5,000 IU daily – June 2018
  4. Obese teens need more than 2,000 IU of vitamin D for 3 months– RCT Feb 2015
  5. Takes a year to restore children and youths to good levels of vitamin D without loading dose - RCT Dec 2016
  6. 11 family members got COVID-19 due to one teen in 3 weeks – CDC Oct 5, 2020
  7. 200 to 2000 IU vitamin D daily did not improve child bone density – BMJ Jan 2011
  8. 2000 IU raised black teens vitamin D level to 34 ng and they lost fat – Oct 2010
  9. 2000 IU vitamin D raised virtually all Lebanese youths above 20 ng – RCT Oct 2013
  10. 26 X increase in Vitamin D prescriptions for youths in England in 8 years – Dec 2019
  11. 300 IU vitamin D daily raised child levels to 20 ng from 8 ng – June 2011
  12. 3X more abdominal obesity among Korean children having low vitamin D – July 2012
  13. 40 percent of Canadian children preparing for surgery had less than 30 ng of vitamin D – Feb 2012
  14. 450,000 IU of vitamin D over 9 weeks given to 100,000 teenage Iranian girls helped their livers – Feb 2019
  15. 5 out of 6 UK dark skinned kids who were vitamin D deficient had no symptoms – May 2012
  16. 5,000 IU daily or 50,000 IU Vitamin D weekly repleted many dark skinned adolescents – RCT Dec 2015
  17. 600000 IU dose raised youth vitamin D level by 60 ng in 3 days – July 2010
  18. 744 IU vitamin D needed by Northern white teens to prevent Rickets – Jan 2011
  19. 75 percent of children in NE US had less than 20 ng of vitamin D in winter – Dec 2011
  20. 80 percent of teens in Europe had less than 30 ng of vitamin D – Aug 2011
  21. 800 IU Vitamin D while pregnant decrease child asthma by 2X- Sept 2010
  22. 90 percent of Canadian youth less than 30 ng vitamin D – Oct 2010
  23. 96 percent of Iranian children have low vitamin D and markers of metabolic syndrome– Sept 2014
  24. 97 percent of Native American children have less than 30 ng of vitamin D – Oct 2011
  25. AAP Issues Guidelines on Limiting Sun Exposure in Children – Feb 2011
  26. Adding a little vitamin D for 3 months did not help bones of healthy children – Jan 2011
  27. Allergy - Overview
  28. Asthma 3.7X higher risk of poor Vitamin D Receptor (teens in Taiwan in this case) – Nov 2019
  29. Attention-Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder increasing (2.7X in US Blacks under age 18 in 20 years) – Sept 2018
  30. Autistic children found to have very low vitamin D – June 2010
  31. Bariatric surgery less than 30 ng of vitamin D – 82 pcnt teens, 100 pcnt of black teens – June 2012
  32. Bedwetting reduced 40 percent by 1,000 IU of vitamin D for 2 months – RCT Feb 2018
  33. Bone density of children did not improve with 3 month of vitamin D – Oct 2010
  34. Calcium deficiency is a risk factor for overweight female teenagers April 2010
  35. Cancer in children 6X more likely if very low vitamin D – Oct 2011
  36. Caucasian youths low on vitamin D were more likely to have hypertension – July 2011
  37. Child exposed to smoke is 1.5 X more likely to have low vitamin D – Oct 2018
  38. Children have PTH problems when vitamin D is less than 15 ng – Nov 2011
  39. Children sicker now than in the past - 2007
  40. Children stayed in ICU 3.5 days longer if low vitamin D – Dec 2015
  41. Children still need 30 ng of vitamin D – Nov 2011
  42. Children surviving blood cancer and vitamin D levels – Nov 2011
  43. Children with Cancer were 6X more likely to have less than 10ng of vitamin D – Feb 2011
  44. Children with headaches had less vitamin D – Oct 2017
  45. Children with low vitamin D were 1.8 X more likely to have poor arteries 27 years later – Feb 2015
  46. Children with low vitamin D were 4.8X more likely to get asthma – Oct 2011
  47. Children with severe asthma had much lower levels of vitamin D – Dec 2011
  48. Class in High School eliminated Vitamin D deficiency: outdoors and food – May 2014

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