Dr. Cannell discusses a recent study that confirmed his hypothesis that vitamin D supplementation reduces the risk of colds and influenza.
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A new clinical trial found that high dose vitamin D supplementation reduced acute respiratory infections in nursing home residents by nearly 50%.
Researchers recently conducted the first study to evaluate the association between vitamin D levels and chronic cough.
Does supplementation during both late pregnancy and early infancy influence the risk of respiratory infections?
A recent trial examined how vitamin D supplementation both during pregnancy and infancy influences the risk of acute respiratory infections.
A new study out of Canada aims to determine the effects of high dose vitamin D on respiratory outcomes in young children.
In a new study, low dose vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy had no effect on their child’s respiratory health in early childhood.
Dr Cannell discusses the latest meta analysis examining 11 randomized controlled trials on vitamin D and respiratory tract infections.
Low vitamin D levels are associated with respiratory disorders, according to new research published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.
Recently, researchers at the Indian Institute of Public Health published a meta-analysis of the research on vitamin D and respiratory tract infections.
Researchers in the Netherlands administered a two month course of sunbed exposure, only to find the effect on infection during that two months was minimal. Dr Cannell explains the details of the study.