Vitamin D Levels Not Associated with COVID-19 Infection

While earlier studies had suggested low blood levels of vitamin D might increase the severity of COVID-19 infection, a recent observational study found that low levels of vitamin D were not associated with getting the virus in the first place. The study tested over 18,000 individuals ages 37 to 56 for anti-bodies indicating past infection […]
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