Calcium Supplements Promote Heart Attacks

According to the Institute of Medicine nearly 70% of older American women are taking calcium supple- ments hoping to cut their risk of osteoporotic fractures. Most data suggests taking calcium supplements reduce the risk of fractures only slightly. The safety of calcium supplements for women has been largely taken for granted. However, data linking the use of calcium supplements with calcification...

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