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MON., JUL. 11, 2011: JUST-RELEASED NATURAL HEALTH STUDY
BELOW-OPTIMUM VITAMIN D LEVELS INCREASE MUSCLE INJURY RISK: New research has found that deficient and insufficient vitamin D levels in the blood may increase the risk of muscle injuries among athletes. The study analyzed levels in the blood of 89 professional NFL football players, and found their vitamin D concentrations broke down this way: 16 had sufficient levels, defined by the researchers as more than 32 nanograms per milliliter (32 ng/ml); 45 had insufficient (sub-optimum) levels, defined as 20-31.9 ng/ml; and 27 had deficient levels, defined as less than 20 ng/ml. Sixteen of the 89 players suffered a muscle injury and the average vitamin D level for these injured players was 19.9 ng/ml, suggesting that both insufficiency and deficiency raised the risk of muscle injury. The study recommended screening for vitamin D insufficiency among professional athletes to help prevent injuries. However, further research would be needed to determine whether increasing vitamin D levels would lead to improved muscle function. This study was presented July 10, 2011 in San Diego at the annual meeting of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM). It has not yet been published in print or online.

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When rats were fed triclocarban, the bactericide commonly found in antibacterial soaps, the baby rats that nursed from them were found to be less healthy than those that did not.

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