Do Vitamin D Supplements Improve Bone Health?

For many years, Americans — especially postmenopausal women — have been told to take vitamin D and calcium supplements to protect their bones from thinning (osteopenia and osteoporosis) and to reduce their risk of fractures. More recently, some researchers have suggested that extra vitamin D may also strengthen muscles and reduce the risk of falls that lead to bone fractures. Experts have deba...

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