Vitamin D may reduce risk of infection according to a new study. There has been a lot of research published in the last few years showing the impact of vitamin D on the immune system.
In this study, people admitted to the hospital had their vitamin D levels measured. They then had blood drawn 48 hours after leaving the hospital to check for bloodstream infections.
The results show that those with low vitamin D levels had an increased risk of getting an infection.
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