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  1. Overview Dark Skin and Vitamin D
  2. 40 percent lower vitamin D level if work other shifts (Italy) – June 2015
  3. Allergies and low vitamin D strongly associated with night shift bakers– Sept 2014
  4. Both parents smoke – child’s vitamin D level was 30 percent lower and worse asthma – May 2018
  5. Burkas reduce vitamin D levels, which causes pregnancy problems – Oct 2015
  6. Cancer patients at high risk of vitamin D deficiency were not tested as often (paradoxically) – July 2014
  7. Children in Mongolia helped by 800 IU of Vitamin D (need a lot more) – RCT Oct 2019
  8. Concealing clothing resulted in only 8 ng vitamin D – Feb 2011
  9. Concealing clothing worn by Christian Orthodox monks result in low vitamin D (9 ng) – Nov 2018
  10. COVID-19 increased: 3.5 if Ultra-Orthodox, 2.6X if dark skin (52,000 Israelis) - Sept, 2020
  11. Disadvantaged get less sun and have poor health in the North– Aug 2011
  12. Employers should give night shift workers free vitamin D – GMB Union June 2019
  13. Endocrine Society recommend higher vitamin D levels – June 2011
  14. Excessive clothes and being indoors results in very low vitamin D levels – Nov 2011
  15. Groups associated with less than 20ng vitamin D – NHANES Jan 2011
  16. If at high risk of vitamin D deficiency, get a higher response if take more Magnesium – Sept 2013
  17. IoM voted for 20 ng of vitamin D – a member hints at 30 ng – March 2012
  18. Many reasons why vitamin D deficiency has become epidemic
  19. Miscarriage 32 percent more likely if work night shift (probably low Vitamin D) – April 2019
  20. Need 1 hour of daily of noon sun to get Hijab women at equator to even 20 ng of Vitamin D – June 2019
  21. Night cleaners deficient in vitamin D - Nov 2015
  22. Night shift workers far more likely to have low vitamin D levels – May 2016
  23. Nursing homes could reduce risk of COVID-19 with Vitamin D – June 30, 2020
  24. Opportunity: Enhance Workplace Wellness programs with Vitamin D
  25. Overview Deficiency of vitamin D
  26. Overview Pregnancy and vitamin D
  27. Overview Seniors and Vitamin D
  28. People more likely to freckle are more likely to get prostate cancer (low vitamin D) – April 2013
  29. People who get little noon-day sun must supplement with Vitamin D – systematic review June 2017
  30. People with gut problems are low on vitamin D
  31. Plastics in bloodstream increased risk of Vitamin D deficiency in women by 22 percent - 2016, 2017
  32. Reasons for low vitamin D levels (Vit D can treat various skin problems) – 2016
  33. Redhead – Red hair - vitamin D
  34. Reduced Vitamin D status in rotating shift workers in the summer and fall – April 2020
  35. Shift workers 23 percent more likely to have cardiovascular events – meta-analysis July 2012
  36. Shiftworkers and Indoor Workers have lower Vitamin D levels – review of 10 studies Sept 2018
  37. Should people at high risk for vitamin D deficiency wait 5 years -Feb 2013
  38. Sickle Cell children need more than 7,000 IU of vitamin D daily – May 2015
  39. The women who most need vitamin D are the least to get it – thesis March 2013
  40. Turkey recommended 1200 IU Vitamin D during pregnancy, only 1 in 7 took more than 1,000 IU – Sept 2017
  41. UK considers Vitamin D tests appropriate for only 4 existing health problems, – June 2018
  42. Ultra-orthodox Jews also suffer from 10 ng vitamin D levels – Nov 2010
  43. US truckers die 16 years earlier - partially due to vitamin D deficiency
  44. Vitamin D deficiency in both parents associated with 41 X higher risk of deficient adolescents – April 2018
  45. Vitamin D recommendations by Italian Endocrinologists – 40 ng if pregnant, 30 ng if high risk – April 2018
  46. Vitamin D Review by Dermatologists – you really really need it, but avoid the sun – Jan 2014
  47. Vitamin D supplementation can cost 50 dollars a day (live longer)
  48. Overview Obesity and Vitamin D

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