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Review Showing Vitamin D/Calcium Reduce Hip Fractures Points To Larger Studies

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Oxford researchers suggest large-scale studies on impact of vitamin D and calcium supplementation on risk of bone fracture after their meta-analysis use of both nutrients reduced subjects' risk of hip fractures by about one-sixth. Their findings are in line with some previous research, but they say past studies on the issue have been "constrained."

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