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28 January 2011

Extra calcium, vitamin D no bone booster for men

Taking extra vitamin D and calcium doesn't seem to increase bone density in older men, although exercise does, according to Australian researchers.

Taking extra vitamin D and calcium doesn't seem to increase bone density in older men, although exercise does, according to Australian researchers.

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