Can Supplements Boost Your Immunity This Winter?

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Barry Fox, MD, clinical professor of infectious disease,  University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.

Harri Hemilä, MD, PhD, adjunct professor, Department of Public Health,  University of Helsinki, Finland.

Simin Nikbin Meydani, DVM, PhD, senior scientist and director, Nutritional Immunology Lab, Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging , Tufts University.

Tracey J. Smith, PhD.

John P. Richie Jr., PhD, professor of public health sciences and pharmacology,  Penn State University College of Medicine,  Hershey, PA.

 

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health: “Nutrition and Immunity.”  

 


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Mayo Clinic: “What is vitamin D toxicity? Should I be worried about taking supplements?”

ScienceDaily: “Adequate zinc eases pneumonia in elderly, study finds,” “Zinc.”

 

 

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