Vitamin D May Treat Covid-19, Suggests Bradykinin Hypothesis and New Clinical Results

Scientists say Vitamin D could emerge as one tool (among many others) for treating Covid-19 and its symptoms.

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Beginning in April of this year, a team at Oak Ridge National Laboratory used the powerful Summit supercomputer to analyze Covid-19. Their…

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Exploring emerging research, clinical studies, and findings related to the Covid-19 Bradykinin Hypothesis

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