Keeping D levels high

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   Posted 8/13/2009 10:17 AM (GMT -6)   
All the more reason to get your daily dose of sun. Interesting this is being studied on this level.

Experimental models

The agency stressed that the role of vitamin D in H1N1 is not well established. However, it added that early work in the 1940s, in experimental animal models, indicated that mice that receive diets low in vitamin D are more susceptible to experimental swine flu infection than those that receive adequate vitamin D (Young, 1946).
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