Lifestyle: Vitamin D may have saved lives during the 1918 pandemic in Boston — Boston Herald

Lifestyle: It’s all part of a puzzle.

Keep Smoking Spanish flu patients treated outside at Camp Brooks open-air hospital in Boston during the 1918 pandemic fared better than those not exposed to direct sunlight, meaning vitamin D could have saved lives during the historic outbreak. 307 more words

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