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  • Susan J Whiting, Kellie A. Langlois, Hassanali Vatanparast, Linda S Greene-Finestone
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of clinical nutrition
  • 2011 (First Publication: 1 July 2011)
  • BACKGROUND The 2011 Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs) for vitamin D use 25-hydroxyvitamin D [25(OH)D] concentrations to define vitamin D deficiency (<30 nmol/L), the Estimated Average Requirement (40Continue Reading
  • Michelle Rotermann, Kellie A. Langlois, Anton P Andonov, Maxim Trubnikov
  • Medicine
  • Health reports
  • 2013 (First Publication: 1 November 2013)
  • BACKGROUND Chronic hepatitis B (HBV) and C (HCV) virus infections can lead to liver failure, liver cancer, and death. In Canada, prevalence studies of HBV and HCV have been limited to regional andContinue Reading
  • Kristi B Adamo, Kellie A. Langlois, Kendra Elizabeth Brett, Rachel C. Colley
  • Medicine
  • American journal of preventive medicine
  • 2012 (First Publication: 1 August 2012)
  • BACKGROUND Physical inactivity is a global public health concern. The relationship between dependent children in the home and parental physical activity has not been quantified using objectiveContinue Reading
  • Michelle Rotermann, Kellie A. Langlois, Alberto Severini, Stephanie Totten
  • Medicine
  • Health reports
  • 2013 (First Publication: 1 April 2013)
  • BACKGROUND Chlamydia, caused by Chlamydia trachomatis, and genital herpes, caused by simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2), are common sexually transmitted infections. Their prevalence has been estimated inContinue Reading
  • Linda S Greene-Finestone, Kellie A. Langlois, Susan J Whiting
  • Medicine
  • Applied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism…
  • 2013 (First Publication: 1 July 2013)
  • Canadians using supplements containing vitamin D are more likely to have 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) levels consistent with the Recommended Dietary Allowance, particularly with the low UVB exposureContinue Reading