NEW ISRAELI RESEARCH SHOWS THAT LOW VITAMIN D LEVELS PRIOR TO INFECTION WITH COVID-19 IS LINKED TO A MORE SERIOUS CASE OF THE DISEASE
Now, a new study conducted by the Azrieli Faculty of Medicine of Bar-Ilan University (BIU) in Ramat Gan (near Tel Aviv) and its affiliate Galilee Medical Center (GMC) is among the first to show that a pre-infection deficiency of vitamin D is linked with increased COVID-19 severity and higher risk of death.
Previous studies focusing on the association between vitamin D levels and SARS-CoV-2 infection have produced mixed results. Most of those measured vitamin D levels when patients were already sick, which can complicate interpretation of the results. The new Israeli study assessed this correlation using low levels of vitamin D measured before infection and focused on disease severity. Read more: Source
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