This May Be A Season With A Difference For Watford

Manager Javi Gracia has noted that Watford achieved something special with a 5-1 defeat of Cardiff, which also happened to be their biggest win of the season. With only eleven losses this season, Watford has become seventh in the Premier League and reached the quarter-finals of the FA Cup. Mr. Gracia has noted that much of this has been achieved because of the extensive level of teamwork that’s been on show at the team all season. This teamwork was highlighted in the Cardiff match when Troy Deeney secured a league double, and Gerard Deulofeu took home a hat-trick.

Because of this, the Watford boss has said that he’s happy with the way the team is playing and has said that he’s hopeful they can achieve something this season. Javi Gracia noted that while the team already has 40 points this season, he wants to continue in both the FA Cup and the Premier League; because of that, he’s hopeful that the team will continue to stay on the same page with the next few upcoming games. Based on the past few performances, however, it seems that many people are confident that this will be the case. The team’s cohesion was on full display when Deulofeu helped set up Deeney’s first goal in the match, which was just before he was substituted out of the game.

Mr. Gracia noted that Deulofeu was great in getting his hat-trick, but that it was also great to see him work with Deeney to help him get his first goal of the match; the goal also helped to put one of the final nails in the head of Cardiff’s chances of a comeback. Javi Gracia noted that while Watford is playing amazingly, there’s always room to improve, which is what the team will have to focus on going forward.

Dermatologist Tim Ioannides Recommends Vitamin D

There is a link between vitamin D deficiencies and several health issues. Many people – especially older people – are vitamin D deficient. Dr. Tim Ioannides – a dermatologist in Port St. Lucie, Florida – recommends Vitamin D supplements to many of his patients. Ioannides has found that vitamin D supplementation helps relieve the severity of many of the skin conditions his patients’ experience.

In an article with Medical Daily Times, Dr. Ioannides “Explains How Vitamin D Can Help Calm Skin Conditions”. The article discusses why the “sunshine vitamin” is a crucial vitamin for your health while being a cheap treatment that is readily available.

People absorb some vitamin D from the foods they eat, but most vitamin D is produced by the body when ultraviolet light from the sun hits skin. As people age, their skin is less effective in converting sunlight into vitamin D. This is the reason why older people are more prone to vitamin D deficiencies. A 2011 study found that nearly 42% of American adults are vitamin D deficient.

For patients with skin conditions like psoriasis or eczema, Dr. Ioannides often recommends vitamin D supplementation. Tim Ioannides has seen remarkable improvements in some cases. Dr. Ioannides generally prescribes dosages which are much larger than the current Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA), so it is essential that you consult a dermatologist before starting a supplementation regimen. Taking too much vitamin D can cause health issues.

At least two meta-analyses studies – combinations of multiple clinical trials – have shown vitamin D to be an effective treatment for eczema. Vitamin D supplements are readily available and inexpensive. D3 is the form of vitamin D that Dr. Ioannides recommends. The response time differs from person to person. Children’s response is typically quicker than adults. Dr. Ioannides sees significant improvements in his patients after two to three months.

Dr. Tim Ioannides has been practicing dermatology for over 15 years. He earned his medical degree from the University of Miami School of Medicine. His practice – Treasure Coast Dermatology – operates from seven locations in Florida. In addition to his work in Treasure Coast Dermatology, Dr. Ioannides is a Voluntary Associate Professor at his alma mater.

 

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