A recent study determined vitamin D supplementation of 4,000 IU was effective in mediating some immune components in response to the dengue virus.
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According to a recent study, HIV infected youths benefited from vitamin D supplementation adjunct to antiretroviral HIV treatment.
Meta-analysis discovers vitamin D supplementation may act as an adjunct therapy for hepatitis C treatment
Researchers discovered vitamin D supplementation may be an effective adjunct therapy for individuals with hepatitis C undergoing antiviral treatment.
A recent study analyzed the relationship between vitamin D status and T cell count, a marker of immune function, in young children.
A new study found that for every 10 ng/ml decrease of vitamin D status, there was a 14% increased risk of HPV infection among sexually active women.
A recent animal study suggests vitamin A and D deficiency may reduce the efficacy of flu vaccines.
Type I diabetes has increased steadily for over 50 years. But why? We take a look at all the hypothesis and how they might be interrelated.
New research reports that women who start HIV treatment late in the course of their infection gain significantly fewer immune cells if they have insufficient vitamin D levels.
Study finds that people co-infected with HIV and hepatitis C who are D deficient are less likely to have a sustained response to treatment than those with normal D status.
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.