It’s no secret that calcium is an essential ingredient for healthy bones, and getting an adequate amount can help prevent osteoporosis and bone fractures. For decades, many women have taken calcium supplements rather than monitor the calcium they get from their diets. However, concerns have arisen about the potential dangers
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According to a recent Swedish study, milk is bad for you and even increases your risk of dying. But wait, a recent Japanese study found the exact opposite to be true. Here’s how to find out what works for YOU.