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According to new research in the Archives of Internal Medicine suggests that low levels of vitamin D are 'linked' to colds.
According to WebMD:
"The results showed those with the lowest vitamin D levels (less than 10 nanograms per milliliter of blood) were 36% more likely to report having a recent upper respiratory tract infection than those with higher levels (30 ng/mL or higher)." The data was gathered from 19,000 people enrolled on the NHANES III trial.
I can't find the original research yet on the AIM site, but i'll be interested to read it. I would imagine the sales of vitamin D tablets will sore [throat]!