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Thursday, November 02, 2017

USU group studies Vitamin D deficiency – Cache Valley Daily

Thursday, November 02, 2017

Vitamin supplement Posted: Thursday, November 2, 2017 11:57 am USU group studies Vitamin D deficiency Craig Hislop cachevalleydaily.com | 0 comments Vitamin D deficiency is associated with many disease states, from bone health to coronary heart disease, and the deficiency of this vitamin has reached epidemic proportions in the United States A research group at Utah State University has studied the immune systems of individuals with autism for decades. Many studies…

How to get rid of a cold – does taking vitamin C supplements really help? – Express.co.uk

Thursday, November 02, 2017

“In the past few decades, multiple randomised controlled studies have examined whether the vitamin has any actual effect on the common cold,” said Healthline nutrition researcher, Kris Gunnars. “The results have been fairly disappointing. “Basically, if you take vitamin C, you’ll get just as many colds as you did before, but they may be slightly less severe and last for a slightly shorter time period.” Symptoms of the common cold…

These 6 Factors Influence Your Vitamin D Levels – Longevity LIVE

Thursday, November 02, 2017

We all know Vitamin D is of great importance to our health and aging. However, researchers have made it clear that the factors which affect our Vitamin D levels are complicated. Your skin’s absorption of UVB sun rays is the best source of vitamin D. This does, however, come with concerns of its own as we are all aware that sun exposure can lead to a few health nasties. You…

A higher dose of vitamin D a day won’t keep the doctor away – Scienceline

Thursday, November 02, 2017

Those high-dose vitamin D supplements you’ve been buying for your kids are no better than the standard-dose supplements for preventing a wintertime bug, a new study reports. Viral upper respiratory infections — including the common cold, strep throat, and even ear infections —notoriously plague children during the winter months, and grabbing vitamin D supplements from grocery store shelves seems like an easy fix. The American Academy of Pediatrics even recommends…

A higher dose of vitamin D a day won’t keep the doctor away – Scienceline

Thursday, November 02, 2017

Those high-dose vitamin D supplements you’ve been buying for your kids are no better than the standard-dose supplements for preventing a wintertime bug, a new study reports. Viral upper respiratory infections — including the common cold, strep throat, and even ear infections —notoriously plague children during the winter months, and grabbing vitamin D supplements from grocery store shelves seems like an easy fix. The American Academy of Pediatrics even recommends…

Are YOU getting enough sun? As one in four Australians are found to be deficient in Vitamin D – expert reveals her … – Daily Mail

Thursday, November 02, 2017

According to statistics one in four Australians are deficient in Vitamin D  Australia also has some of the highest rates of melanoma in the world  Dr Dasha Fielder has set out to bust common myths surrounding the vitamin  She also reveals how to get your Vitamin D while staying sun safe   By Billie Schwab Dunn For Daily Mail Australia Published: 17:27 EDT, 1 November 2017 | Updated: 17:42 EDT,…

A higher dose of vitamin D a day won’t keep the doctor away – Scienceline

Thursday, November 02, 2017

Those high-dose vitamin D supplements you’ve been buying for your kids are no better than the standard-dose supplements for preventing a wintertime bug, a new study reports. Viral upper respiratory infections — including the common cold, strep throat, and even ear infections —notoriously plague children during the winter months, and grabbing vitamin D supplements from grocery store shelves seems like an easy fix. The American Academy of Pediatrics even recommends…

A higher dose of vitamin D a day won’t keep the doctor away – Scienceline

Wednesday, November 01, 2017

Those high-dose vitamin D supplements you’ve been buying for your kids are no better than the standard-dose supplements for preventing a wintertime bug, a new study reports. Viral upper respiratory infections — including the common cold, strep throat, and even ear infections —notoriously plague children during the winter months, and grabbing vitamin D supplements from grocery store shelves seems like an easy fix. The American Academy of Pediatrics even recommends…

A higher dose of vitamin D a day won’t keep the doctor away – Scienceline

Wednesday, November 01, 2017

Those high-dose vitamin D supplements you’ve been buying for your kids are no better than the standard-dose supplements for preventing a wintertime bug, a new study reports. Viral upper respiratory infections — including the common cold, strep throat, and even ear infections —notoriously plague children during the winter months, and grabbing vitamin D supplements from grocery store shelves seems like an easy fix. The American Academy of Pediatrics even recommends…