Hip fractures occur frequently in older individuals and lead to substantial morbidity and mortality. Higher doses of vitamin D reduce the risk of fracture. According to a study, vitamin D and calcium contribute to lower risk of death among older people, and these benefits are not necessarily due to a reduced risk of hip fracture [...]
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Parents are advised to make sure their children drink milk and eat other calcium-rich foods to build strong bones. Soon, they also may be urged to make sure their kids eat salmon, almonds and other foods high in magnesium—another nutrient that may play an important role in bone health, according to a study to [...]
Increasing calcium intake reduces the risk of cancer in the left side of the colon, according to a study. Researchers at Harvard School of Public Health have studied a group of 88,000 nurses and 47,000 male health professionals, as part of two ongoing studies on lifestyle and health. They analysed calcium intake from diet and [...]
Calcium is critical to the physical structure and healthy functioning of the human body. It is necessary for transmitting nerve impulses and regulating muscle contraction. Calcium is the primary mineral in your body that makes up your bones and keeps them strong. Ninety percent of the human body’s calcium is stored in the bones and [...]
WASHINGTON—Increased calcium intake may lower the risk of colorectal adenoma and cancer risk, according to research presented at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 2013. In the two-phase study, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine researchers analyzed the relationship between colorectal adenoma and calcium and magnesium intake. They also investigated the effects of common variations in [...]
Most of us associate calcium with healthy bones, and rightly so. But did you know that calcium is also vital for maintaining the health of your nervous system? It also helps blood clot and muscles contract. Without calcium, in fact, we cannot survive. Getting sufficient calcium, however, isn’t as simple as popping a calcium tablet. [...]
Taken from the Huffington Post Article: Life After 50: Vitamin D And Calcium — Confused By Conflicting Reports? You’re Not Alone by Barbara Hannah Grufferman
Calcium is, quite simply, an essential element that is highly important for living organisms to survive.
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