A recent clinical trial discovered that vitamin D supplementation significantly reduced antibiotic use among immunocompromised individuals.
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A recent study finds vitamin D sufficiency may improve recovery from sepsis by modulating the immune response.
Pilot trial: Vitamin D supplementation may improve immune response to transplantation in hemodialysis patients
An investigative new trial provides novel evidence that vitamin D is able to modulate the alloimmunity often seen in hemodialysis patients.
Researchers out of Scotland are launching a new study aimed at improving immune function and health for those living in Scotland.
Antibiotics and getting rid of bacteria in hospitals have both been tried in an effort to limit infection. What about strengthening the immune system?
A new randomized controlled trial out of Australia suggests that vitamin D reduces the need for antibiotics.
A newborn’s immune system development and risk of multiple sclerosis may be influenced by their month of birth.
Improvement in vitamin D levels will significantly affect expression of genes that have a wide variety of important functions.
Research published in British Medical Journal suggests that daily vitamin D supplementation results in less severe respiratory infections and less antibiotic use.
Hundreds of media outlets are reporting on a well-conducted JAMA study that showed no benefit for vitamin D in preventing the common cold. Let’s take a look at the study.