D Community

Overview of D Community

  • D Community describes itself as a blockchain-based youth community, which is upgraded from the ACG brand "Dilidili".
  • D Community is down 10.06% in the last 24 hours.
  • Are There Specific Symptoms or Nonskeletal Disease States for Which Vitamin D Measurement and Supplementation Improve Health?

    Therapeutic benefits for chronic nonskeletal disorders have not been established.A variety of nonskeletal disease states have been associated with vitamin D levels, but clinical trials generally do not support health benefits of supplementation.Evidence is mixed for some conditions, and larger trials will be required to draw definitive conclusions.Table 1 summarizes the effects of vitamin D supplementation on certain medical conditions.

    Do Screening Asymptomatic Individuals for Vitamin D Deficiency and Supplementing Those Identified as Deficient Improve Health?

    There is insufficient evidence to recommend screening the general population for vitamin D deficiency.Treating asymptomatic individuals with identified deficiency has not been shown to improve health.

    Does Routine Supplementation with Vitamin D in the Adult Population Result in Improved Health?

    Clinical trials have not demonstrated health benefits of routine vitamin D supplementation in community-dwelling adults.Potential harms of excessive vitamin D include nephrolithiasis, soft tissue calcification, and renal and cardiovascular damage.

    Enrolled in Commonwealth Coordinated Care Plus but not with Optima Health?

    Consider switching to Optima Health Community Care, a Medicaid Managed Long Term Services and Supports plan that can increase the level of benefits that you would get from Original Medicare or Medicaid alone.

    How Is Vitamin D Deficiency Defined?

    The National Academy of Medicine (formerly the Institute of Medicine) considers a serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25-OH-D) level of 12 to 20 ng per mL (30 to 50 nmol per L) as the normal range for adequate exposure to vitamin D to maintain bone health.Individuals with levels less than 12 ng per mL will usually be deficient, and 97.5% of individuals with a serum level higher than 20 ng per mL have adequate vitamin D exposure.


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    What Will You Learn in Our Online Community Care and Counseling – Traumatology Doctorate Degree Program?

    Through this degree, you will be able to research and learn about a variety of trauma scenarios and how to treat individuals that are affected.Every individual reacts to trauma differently, so learning how to create adaptable treatment plans for individuals involved with a traumatic situation, especially when dealing with community care, is vital to the overall well-being of your future clients.Upon completion of this program, you will be able to work alongside nonprofit and government relief agencies in assisting in the aftermath of a disaster, as well as counseling for individuals and families suffering from abuse or tragedy.Many clinical counseling roles will require state licensure.

    Who Is Community Health Choice?

    We are a local non-profit health plan, proud to serve the same communities where we live and work.We offer extra benefits and features, friendly service, and a large network of doctors and healthcare facilities.

    Why Choose Community?

    As a local nonprofit health plan, Community Health Choice gives you plenty of reasons to join our Community.From the benefits and special programs we offer to the way our Member Services team helps you make the most of them, Community is always working life forward for you and your family.

    History of D Community

  • In 2001, a hydroelectric dam on the Anchicaya River released approximately 500,000 cubic meters of sediment that affected the terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems below the dam.
  • In 2019, the UNC Board of Trustees granted Kel the William Richardson Davie award, which is given to those who exemplify dedication, commitment and service to the University.
  • In 2020, Governor Roy Cooper awarded Kel with the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, which is our state’s highest civilian honor.