Vitamins

Vitamin D Supplementation Reduces COVID-19 Deaths by 64%

13 days ago   |   By Mercola

Vitamin D plays an important role in most diseases, including infectious disease, which is why from the very beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, I suspected that optimizing vitamin D levels among the general population would significantly lower COVID-19 incidence and death.
Since then, mounting evidence reveals this is indeed the case, as researchers have repeatedly demonstrated that higher vitamin D levels reduce rates of positive tests, hospitalizations and mortality related to this infection.
Vitamin D3 Reduces ICU Admissions and Mortality
Most recently, a Spanish study 1, 2 found...
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Ischemic Stroke: New Molecule Provides Protective Effect

Ischemic Stroke: New Molecule Provides Protective Effect

13 days ago   |   By Medindia Health

In ischemic stroke treatment, a modified therapeutic molecule- glutamate-oxaloacetate transaminase has been developed that offers protective effect.
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India Inc to Play a Vital Role in Vaccine Rollout, Says CII

India Inc to Play a Vital Role in Vaccine Rollout, Says CII

13 days ago   |   By Medindia Health

High-Level Taskforce has been set on COVID-19 Vaccines with the objective of galvanizing industry support for effective rollout of COVID-19 vaccine.
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Polyphenols may provide protective effect against COVID-19 disease

Polyphenols may provide protective effect against COVID-19 disease

13 days ago   |   By News Medical

In the study published in the journal Integrative Physiology, the researchers found that a high intake of polyphenols may have a protective effect on patients with COVID-19 and prevent disease progression.
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Best of cartoons, March 8, 2021

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Bipartisan push for sexual consent education and reform

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AstraZeneca boss says vaccine effective against variants

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