MNT daily newsletter - 16 February 2017

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Nutrition / Diet News
New evidence that vitamin D prevents respiratory infections
Whether vitamin D supplements reduce the risk of acute respiratory infections is a hotly debated topic. A new meta-analysis swings in vitamin D's favor.
16 Feb 2017
Study finds that melatonin content of supplements varies widely
Results highlight the need for improved quality control of melatonin supplements.
16 Feb 2017
Can honey and cinnamon help treat acne?
Can a honey and cinnamon face mask help relieve the symptoms of acne? Learn about the possible benefits for the skin along with research into this remedy.
16 Feb 2017
B vitamins may improve schizophrenia symptoms
The first meta-analysis of its kind reviews data from 18 clinical trials to conclude that B vitamins have a positive effect on schizophrenia symptoms.
16 Feb 2017
High levels of vitamin D may improve muscle strength
Using a cutting-edge technique, researchers from the United Kingdom investigate the effect of active and inactive vitamin D levels on muscle strength.
16 Feb 2017

Sports Medicine / Fitness News
Youth flag football may not be safer than tackle football
University of Iowa Health Care researchers report that the results of a study of injury rates in youth football leagues did not show that flag football is safer than tackle football.
16 Feb 2017

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