Difference between revisions of "COVID-19 and Vitamin D"

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The link between '''COVID-19 severity and vitamin D''' deficiency has been demonstrated in scientific literature. It is believed that having adequate levels of vitamin D lessens [[COVID-19]] severity, as well as the chance of death. A deficiency in vitamin D levels has been linked to more severe COVID-19 cases, as well as greater chance of death from the disease.
 
The link between '''COVID-19 severity and vitamin D''' deficiency has been demonstrated in scientific literature. It is believed that having adequate levels of vitamin D lessens [[COVID-19]] severity, as well as the chance of death. A deficiency in vitamin D levels has been linked to more severe COVID-19 cases, as well as greater chance of death from the disease.
  
==References==
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==External links==
 
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*https://www.bumc.bu.edu/busm/2020/09/25/adequate-levels-of-vitamin-d-reduces-complications-death-among-covid-19-patients/
https://www.bumc.bu.edu/busm/2020/09/25/adequate-levels-of-vitamin-d-reduces-complications-death-among-covid-19-patients/
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Revision as of 02:56, 23 October 2020

  • It has been proposed that this page, COVID-19 and Vitamin D, be titled, "COVID-19 and Vitamin D".

The link between COVID-19 severity and vitamin D deficiency has been demonstrated in scientific literature. It is believed that having adequate levels of vitamin D lessens COVID-19 severity, as well as the chance of death. A deficiency in vitamin D levels has been linked to more severe COVID-19 cases, as well as greater chance of death from the disease.

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