A study found low vitamin D status is an independent risk factor for treatment failure and delayed recovery from pneumonia among Nepalese children.
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Research finds daily or weekly vitamin D supplements reduce risk of acute respiratory tract infections
A meta-analysis found that people who received weekly or daily, but not monthly, vitamin D reduced their risk of acute respiratory tract infections.
Dr. Cannell discusses a recent study that confirmed his hypothesis that vitamin D supplementation reduces the risk of colds and influenza.
Vitamin D Council member shares her story of how vitamin D supplementation helped prevent chronic colds and treat her recurrent microscopic colitis.
A new meta-analysis of over 2000 participants determined that children with pneumonia have lower vitamin D levels.
Another study shows vitamin D reduces the risk of developing respiratory tract infections (RTI).
Pregnancy and gestational vitamin D deficiency may explain potential complications.