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13 Meta-Analyses Link Vitamin D with COVID-19

Washington, D.C.—The CRN Foundation is applauding new meta-analyses that point to a significant link between vitamin D and COVID-19, according to a press release. “Increasing...

Diet, Socioeconomic Status Linked to Risk of COVID

Boston, MA—Researchers at ZOE, Harvard Medical School, and King’s College London found that people who eat a high quality, gut-friendly diet are less likely...
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Quercetin Studied in COVID-19 Patients

Milan, Italy—Quercetin supplementation, in combination with standard care, could aid in improving the early conditions of COVID-19, and help prevent the severity of the...
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Curcumin Complex Studied in COVID-19 Patients

East Windsor, NJ—Sabinsa’s Curcumin C3 Complex with BioPerine was used as adjuvant therapy for COVID-19 in a double-blind, randomized, controlled clinical trial conducted on...
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Study Confirms Association Between COVID-19 and Vitamin K Status

Oslo, Norway—A new study supported by Kappa Bioscience has confirmed that vitamin K status is lower in hospitalized patients with COVID-19, compared to a...
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5 COVID-19 Shopping Patterns that are Here to Stay

Everyone made changes during COVID-19, many of which will fall away as it becomes safe to leave the house and interact again—but not all...

CRN Foundation Launches Consumer Ed Site About Vitamin D and COVID

Washington, D.C.—The CRN Foundation has launched Vitamin D & Me!, a consumer education website focused on vitamin D and COVID-19. The initiative shares research, videos...

Study Finds Association Between Vit D Levels, COVID-19 Risk in Black Individuals

Chicago, IL—Having vitamin D levels above those traditionally considered sufficient may lower risk of infection for Black people, according to a new study from...

CHPA’s Fireside Chat with Dr. Scott Gottlieb Covers CBD, COVID

Washington, D.C.—The Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA) launched its Self-Care Leadership Series with a Fireside Chat with Dr. Scott Gottlieb, which covered a range...

Whole Foods Market, Headspace Partner to Support Mind & Body Well-Being

Austin, TX—Joyful, energized, focused, relaxed...one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, most of us are looking for more of that in our lives. According to...