A recent animal study suggests vitamin A and D deficiency may reduce the efficacy of flu vaccines.
Tag Archives: influenza
The 1918-19 influenza pandemic was widespread and deadly. Across the world, influenza affected 500 million people and killed 50 to 100 million.
Influenza kills about 350,000 people in the world, almost all in the winter. Older adults with chronic illnesses are at the highest risk.
This month the British Journal of Nutrition invited Dr. Cannell to write an article. The Council co-publishes it here.
A concerned reader writes to Dr Cannell asking if he should get a flu shot this year. Dr Cannell discusses an in-depth epidemiological study on vitamin D and the flu.
This special report newsletter provides emails Dr Cannell has received from physicians providing insight into a link between vitamin D and H1N1.
Dr Cannell provides interesting insight into all of the latest vitamin D research topics, from toxicity to testing.
Dr Cannell answers reader questions about the H1N1 flu and explains how vitamin D could help.
Dr Cannell covers a wide range of vitamin D topics from influenza to Parkinson’s disease in this newsletter quiz.
Dr Cannell discusses the history of influenza and how American scientists are infatuated with creating a perfect flu vaccine.