Vitamin D and COVID-19: Partial Evidence

Mona Boaz


The COVID-19 pandemic, now in its second year, has created challenges for health maintenance. Lockdowns, working from home and social distancing have all created changes to the way we live, increasing stress, anxiety and depression and impacting our lifestyle habits such as diet and exercise [1]. This may be particularly concerning considering the association between obesity and adverse outcomes of COVID infection including hospitalization, invasive ventilation, and death [2]...

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DOI: 10.31989/bchd.v4i3.796


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