New Data: Vitamin D Supplements Unlikely to Prevent COVID-19

Mendelian randomization helps to tease out causality, and there does not seem to be a causal link between Vitamin D level and COVID-19.

This week — we’re going to dive into the lion’s den once again with this study, appearing in PLOS Medicine, failing to show a causal link…

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Medicine, science, statistics. Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale University. New book “How Medicine Works and When it Doesn’t” for pre-order now.

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