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The New York Times Said What? "Self-Care for the Next Wave."

From eNewsletter 8/25/2021

DID YOU KNOW that vitamin D sufficiency in a large group of American military recruits significantly reduced their upper respiratory tract infection (URTI) burden during military training? Only 21% of the recruits had sufficient vitamin D levels, but their sufficiency was rewarded as they had 36% less risk of URTI.

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