Here’s how the effects of vitamin D could help treat psoriasis

DAVIE, FL. – Research continues to show how vitamin D may help relieve psoriasis, an autoimmune disease that affects the skin and other parts of the body.

The dermatologist Dr. Lesley Clark Loeser of the Precision Skin Institute in Davie said studies have shown that people with psoriasis often have low levels of vitamin D.

She said good dietary sources of vitamin D are oily fish.

“Things like tuna, mackerel trout, salmon. You can also eat fatty fish liver oil, other ways to get it is your fortified foods, cereal, milk, some break, yogurt, which will have fortified vitamin D,” Loeser said.

Along with oral vitamin D supplements, topical vitamin D products have been shown to be an effective treatment for psoriasis.

A new study shows a risk of calcium supplementation for older Americans with underlying heart disease.

Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic found that calcium supplements increased the risk of death or surgery in patients with aortic stenosis.


Calcium can cause stiffness in blood vessels and heart valves, which is why it’s so dangerous.

The study involved more than 2,600 people with aortic stenosis. The average age of the participants was 74 years.

And a new study from the National Institutes of Health found that women who develop high blood pressure during pregnancy have a 36 percent higher risk of developing heart disease later in life.

Findings could help healthcare providers develop personalized heart disease prevention and surveillance strategies for women with hypertension during pregnancy.

The information could also help bridge the gap that often occurs after a woman has stopped giving birth and resumed or started treatment with another provider.

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