Calcium supplements no help for bones: NZ study

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Calcium supplements have no benefit for most people and could even be harmful, claim University of Auckland researchers. Two studies published in the British Medical Journal this week, conclude that increasing calcium intake is unlikely to improve bone health or prevent fractures in older people. Therefore, increasing calcium intake through diet or supplements should not

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