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- May 1, 2020
Yes, it actually is. If you don't know, " shop talk" then you don't know enough about the subject you are discussing to be able to give educated advice on it. You keep telling everyone they are wrong and you are right and using examples that have not been peer reviewed. That is why " armchair medical advice" is universally condemned, even among those in the medical and scientific community who disagree among themselves. Just so you understand, we have studies that show us all sorts of amazing things that turn out to be inaccurate and lack an ability to replicate those results. You put too much faith in some Youtube videos. If this were accurate, you would be hearing about it all over the news in every nation on earth right now. You are not hearing this everywhere because the way you are presenting it isn't accurate. AND please, I am tired of hearing about Somalis in Sweden. We have much larger studies that have much larger Somali populations that are more relevant than this small study in Sweden. We ALREADY understand the impact of vitamin D deficiencies, that is not new information. People are already being treated with vitamin D and the rest of their daily nutritional requirements while they are in the hospital, this is not as relevant as you think it is to their patient outcomes. It isn't like we haven't ALREADY been giving patients vitamin D this entire time or something. That was already happening, even in the patients that died.Not my fault that I don't know the "shop talk" terms for various medical terms.