A new study published in the Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology has found that Vitamin D does not only stimulate immune responses against various diseases but can also be looked at as a potential treatment of the novel coronavirus.

The researchers stated in their study that Vitamin D supplements can decrease the rate of ICU admissions due to Covid-19.

The study was conducted on 76 patients who tested positive for Covid-19, in Spain.

Researchers made two cohorts of the patients. Both were given the same medical treatment based on hospital protocol.

However, one group was also given a daily Calcifediol supplement, also known as 25-hydroxyvitamin D.

The findings suggested that the supplement is a metabolite of Vitamin D which appears in the blood and may help in determining future health risks.

The study found that out of the group of 50 patients who received the supplement, only one

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Point: Ben Murrey

The beauty of Proposition 116 lies in its simplicity: It will decrease taxes for Colorado taxpayers. Period.

That’s why shortly after the measure got approval for the November ballot, Gov. Jared Polis praised the idea of a tax cut, saying, “We’ve long sought an income tax decrease [and] particularly in this challenging time, I think Coloradans certainly need tax relief.”

He’s right, and there are countless reasons why now is the time for a modest 0.08% cut in the state’s income tax rate, though opponents might entice you to think otherwise. The only downside to the measure is that it won’t even come close to offsetting the new taxes Coloradans are paying without having consented.

For starters, the 2017 Trump cut to federal taxes caused state taxes to increase, which Colorado voters did not approve. This happened because changes to federal tax law in 2017 affected the

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