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New review finds calcium and vitamin D supplementation does not increase risk of coronary heart disease

Posted on: August 6, 2014   by  Jeff Nicklas


A new meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials has found that calcium and vitamin D supplementation does not impact the risk of coronary heart disease among elderly women.

It has been previously hypothesized that calcium supplementation may increase the risk of certain types of cardiovascular disease.

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