Relationship between Vitamin D and Diabetes

Relationship between Vitamin D and Diabetes

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Relationship between Vitamin D and Diabetes

I attached 7 original research articles use at least 4 and do used other references just these 7 original research articles

Read you papers carefully, describing the research undertaken in those papers and then providing a conclusion in which you state how strong you think the evidence is for the involvement of vitamin D in the Diabetes, based on the research you have described.

In the body of the assignment, do not focus on the Diabetes or on vitamin D formation. Instead focus on the research that was undertaken.
Who were the participants (this can be human or animal models)?
How many participants were there?
Did they use standard methodology or a novel approach?
What were the similarities or differences between the studies?
Did the studies reach the same conclusions?
Did they have differing conclusions and if so, why might that be?
How do these papers fit into the recent research in this area? Is this a new research area of interest for the disease?

In conclusion, please state on the basis of the evidence you have described from the key articles,
What YOU think is the current understanding for the role of vitamin D in Diabetes. Are you convinced that there is a link?
Some questions you might like to consider include: Is there enough evidence from the studies undertaken to show a relationship between vitamin D and the Diabetes?
Or is more research required?
What were the limitations of the studies?
How could these limitations be addressed in the future?
What else needs to happen before a (causal) link could be established?
If a relationship has been identified, what does this mean for the patients?

Marking guide

• Your assignment will be marked on the basis on the description of the articles and the research that was undertaken and the conclusion you provide. Please pay attention to referencing and to your use of language and grammar.

• There are no grammar or language errors. The writing flows well with structured sentences and paragraphs.

• Informed and well considered conclusion made based on the evidence in key articles and other recent research on topic. Any limitations in the research are identified.