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Climate, Weather and Environmental Illness
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Dawn Simulators for SAD and the Winter Blues Featured
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Autism Linked to Vitamin D Deficiency in Rainy Climates
After my own very positive experiences with vitamin D therapy for seasonal affective disorder (S.A.D) which I wrote about a couple of months ago, my interest was peaked this week when I came across a story linking autism to deficiency of the "sunshine vitamin". Researchers from Cornell University carried out a "more refined" analysis of data collected during a 2006 study and confirmed that autism rates are highest in the rainiest counties of the three Pacific coast states of the US: Washington, Oregon and California. The study is published in the Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine. The original 2006 study, conducted by the National Bureau of Economic Research was highly controversial, as the authors were not medical researchers and blamed higher amounts of TV viewing by children in the rainiest areas for the higher incidence of autism. I reported on this research when it was originally published: Autism Associated with...Continue reading
Oh, sorry, I got your replies mixed up!
Hi Maff, maybe its something in therain that causes the problem.
Hi Agrophobe. Yes, there is certainly enough evidence to suggest mercury plays some role in the development of autism. In addition
High Dose Vitamin D Therapy for Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.)
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Are sunlight and vitamin D good for chronic fatigue syndrome?
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This is an old blog now but still relevant. Since first posting on this blog I have used 5000IU vitamin D3 daily for two years. It
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I am no Dr but I was diagnosed with CFS about 10 years ago and have just had a Vitamin D3 blood test done by my consultant which s