Research News

May 2006 Issue

EN Tackles New Questions About Calcium’s Role in Bone Health

Another confusing round of findings from the Women’s Health Initiative study suggested that taking calcium and vitamin D supplements offered no significant benefit for preventing fractures. There’s more to the story.

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