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  1. Smoking reduces vitamin D
  2. More Viral Infections if vitamin D deficient- June 2010
  3. Far less likely to get viral infection when more than 38 ng of vitamin D in blood
  4. Greater than 38 ng of vitamin D reduces acute respiratory tract infections - June 2010
  5. Influenza of 1917 varied with both latitude and season - 2009
  6. editorial on vitamin D and asthma - June 2010
  7. COPD related to vitamin D by a gene in China. - Aug 2010
  8. More vitamin D3 associated with less allergy to common mold - Aug 2010
  9. Vitamin D Pneumonia and COPD - thesis 105 pages 2010
  10. Sunlight used to treat influenza - 1918
  11. Influenza of 1918 and possible vitamin D - July 2010
  12. 800 IU Vitamin D while pregnant decrease child asthma by 2X- Sept 2010
  13. Vitamin D above 38ng reduces viral respiratory infection- June 2010
  14. 1200 IU of Vit D better than placebo for Japanese influenza
  15. Hypothesis Vitamin D the cause of allergy pandemic
  16. Kids with more vitamin D less likely to get some allergies
  17. Chart of influenza with placebo 800 and 2000 IU -2007
  18. pneumonia - Nov 2010.pdf
  19. 100 percent of Acute Respiratory Failure patients had low vitamin D - April 2012
  20. 100000 IU vitamin D monthly helps COPD patients – 3 RCT
  21. 2.8X higher risk of osteoporosis if COPD and modified vitamin D receptor genes – Sept 2015
  22. 2000 IU of vitamin D for just 5 days did not treat severe pneumonia – RCT June 2012
  23. 2000 IU of vitamin D should improve toddlers health in winter – RCT almost completed Feb 2014
  24. 2X higher risk of wheezing and asthma if modified receptor genes, even if vitamin D levels OK – Sept 2015
  25. 3 X increased chance of death if have asthma – study of 200,000 people over 10 years – Nov 2012
  26. 40 Asthma US clinical trials (give vitamin D and see what happens) - August 2016
  27. 5 days of 100,000 IU of Vitamin D increased hemoglobin in critical illness – RCT April 2015
  28. 500,000 IU of vitamin D cut in half the hospital days following a lung failure – RCT 2015
  29. 5X fewer school days missed due to asthma if take 2,000 IU vitamin D daily – RCT Feb 2016
  30. 800 IU Vitamin D while pregnant decrease child asthma by 2X- Sept 2010
  31. 95 percent of astmatics low on vitamin D -esp high BMI April 2012
  32. A little extra vitamin D did not reduce chance of pneumonia – July 2013
  33. A tiny amount of Calcitiol (activated Vitamin D) for only 4 weeks does not help (sleep apnea in this case) – May 2021
  34. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) increases asthma
  35. Acute lower respiratory infection 5X more frequent with low vitamin D intake – June 2012
  36. Acute Lower Respiratory Infections in Children - associated with low vitamin D – meta-analysis Dec 2014
  37. Acute pneumonia in children 3X less likely if greater than 30 ng of vitamin D – Jan 2021
  38. Acute respiratory distress – 100 percent of patients were vitamin D deficient– April 2015
  39. Acute respiratory infection treated by vitamin D in 6 of 12 clinical trials – review Nov 2012
  40. Acute respiratory infection worsened by too infrequent vitamin D supplementation – RCT June 2015
  41. Acute respiratory tract infections not reduced by Vitamin D if already have a good level – Jan 2020
  42. Acute respiratory tract infections prevented by vitamin D (even when ignoring the dose size – Meta-analysis Feb 2017
  43. Acute viral respiratory infections (RTI) reduced by Vitamin D - 20 reviews - Aug 2020
  44. Additional 4 ng of vitamin D reduced chance of infection by 7 percent – June 2011
  45. Adult-onset asthma 2X more likely if low vitamin D and not hyperallergenic – May 2018
  46. All asthma problems reduced after 1 year of Vitamin D – Nov 2017

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