Recently, scientists have proven that vitamin-D from sunshine can speed up recovery from tuberculosis. This explains why the so-called heliotherapy from a bygone, pre-antibiotic era might have done some good.
Research involving approximately 21,600 children in Europe suggest that children born to mothers who smoked during pregnancy are likely to suffer a higher risk of asthma even if they were not exposed to second-hand smoke after their birth.
It has been found that people taking drugs like etanercept and adalimumab to treat ‘Psoriasis’ which is characterized by itchy and painful plaques on the skin like are less likely to suffer a heart attack as compared to those who were treated for the same condition using milder ointments.
A recent study claimed that people having allergies suffer a lower risk of developing ‘Glioblastoma’ which is the most common and most aggressive form of brain tumor. Allergic women have been found to be at lesser risk as compared to allergic men.