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The “sunshine” vitamin may help the immune system fight the virus and avoid severe respiratory distress.
Getting enough vitamin D may be more complicated than you think.
HIV-positive people with deficient levels of the vitamin saw less of a reduction in cholesterol while taking Crestor in a recent trial.
Having low vitamin D may compromise immune recovery among people with HIV after they start antiretroviral (ARV) treatment.
HIV-positive people beginning antiretroviral treatment may experience stunted immune recovery if they are deficient in vitamin D.
There is an apparent link between low vitamin D levels and a raised risk of both HIV disease progression and virologic failure among people wh...
There is an apparent link between low vitamin D and an elevated risk of HIV disease progression among people beginning treatment for virus.
Impaired physical function in middle aged people living with HIV are associated with low levels of muscle mass, bone mineral density and insul...
Women who start HIV treatment late in the course of their infection gain fewer CD4 cells if they have insufficient vitamin D levels.
Vitamin D supplementation may help prevent hormonal changes that can lead to bone loss among adolescents and young adults being treated for HI...
People living with or at risk for cardiovascular disease should consider vitamin D supplementation, despite limits in supporting data.
Researchers at the University of California at San Francisco found that more than half the HIV-positive people they tested had low levels...
An expert panel has issued new recommendations suggesting that people with HIV might require two to three times the level of vitamin D as thei...
Low vitamin D levels were associated with poorer reconstitution of the immune system after starting ARV therapy in people with HIV.
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