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NYU scientists: Largest US study of COVID-19 finds obesity the single biggest 'chronic' factor in New York City's hospitalizations





quote: "We have an increasingly older age demographic across virtually all countries, as well as unprecedented rates of obesity, smoking, diabetes, and heart and lung disease, and an ever-growing population of people who are immunocompromised—all comorbidities that lead to significantly higher risks of severe disease and death from coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)."

www.zdnet.com/article/nyu-scientists-lar...york-critical-cases/

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Harvard Researcher Tells You Everything You Need to Know About Coronavirus Pandemic | David Sinclair

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3 years 9 months ago - 3 years 9 months ago #25333 by min1xyz
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6 Brain Supplements Doctors Take Every Day

www.thehealthy.com/nutrition/vitamins/brain-supplements/

Take note of 'nicotinamide riboside" which boosts NAD+ in human cells.
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Excellent, credible article on Vitamin C by Dr Rhonda Patrick.

www.foundmyfitness.com/topics/vitamin-c


CONTENTS:
1Background
2Dietary sources of vitamin C
3Recommended intake of vitamin C for healthy people
3.1Recommended intake for special populations
4Vitamin C deficiency
5Shifting opinion regarding current RDA standard for vitamin C
6Vitamin C absorption and transport
7Vitamin C bioavailability
7.1Oral vitamin C
7.2Liposomal vitamin C
7.3Intravenous vitamin C
8Vitamin C for the use against the common cold
9Vitamin C and lung function
9.1Vitamin C and the risk of respiratory diseases
9.2Vitamin C and mechanical ventilation
9.3Vitamin C and exercise-induced bronchoconstriction
9.4Vitamin C and pneumonia
9.5Vitamin C and asthma
9.6Vitamin C and lung cancer
10Vitamin C and exercise
10.1Blunting of exercise-induced adaptations
10.2Vitamin C and exercise induced-immune function
11Vitamin C and fatty acid oxidation
12Vitamin C and the brain
12.1Vitamin C and neurodegenerative disorders
12.2Vitamin C and functions in the brain

... and more

check it out: www.foundmyfitness.com/topics/vitamin-c
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Working From Home folks : Good idea to get some sunshine on your skin for Vitamin D which aids our immune system. Seniors can also strive for some sun exposure every day. (But of course, don't overdo it, or you get sunburnt)

Read:
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3356951/
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