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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