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New trial: Vitamin D helps with hives

Posted on: February 24, 2014   by  Rebecca Oshiro


In a first of its kind study, researchers at the Nebraska Medical Center looked at whether or not vitamin D as an add-on therapy to a traditional treatment plan helped reduce the number and severity of hives in those with chronic urticaria.

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1 Response to New trial: Vitamin D helps with hives

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    Yes good signal for further benefits of vitamin D as an add on therapy. Thinking beyond the box would probably give an excellent outcome if a design study could be put in place to add omega 3 PUFA, being a co factor to Vitamin D and at the same time a wonderful inflammatory modulator. The results might make us more excited for greater clinical outcome.
    Dr.John Osuku Opio

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