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25 MAY 13
Calcium Said to Lower Mortality Rate in Women
BY Charlene J. Owen Calcium may do more than just keep your bones healthy.
15 MAY 13
Exercise May Lower Kidney Stone Risk in Women
BY Charlene J. Owen A recent study proves that exercise may help you sweat away excess salt and calcium, keeping your kidneys healthy.
08 MAY 13
Magnesium Promotes Bone Health in Kids As Much As Calcium Does
Calcium and magnesium should go hand-in-hand in building and strengthening bones.
09 JAN 13
Vitamin K May Help Strengthen Bones
BY Charlene J. Owen Calcium isn't the only thing that can fight against fractures and osteoporosis.
26 NOV 12
Drinking Milk as a Child May Help Keep You Active as an Adult
BY Charlene J. Owen Better get that milk moustache on, as the effects of this wonder drink last far longer than you think.
12 OCT 12
Milk Helps You Fight Cancer, Study Says
BY Charlene J. Owen A new study reveals that milk is more hard-core than you were led to think.
23 SEP 12
A Mediterranean Diet May Prevent Osteoporosis
A diet rich in fruits, vegetables, olives, and olive oil is good for your bones.
06 SEP 12
Salt May Diminish Your Body’s Supply of Calcium
BY Charlene J. Owen Salt and strong bones may seem unrelated, but a new study proves that they have something in common -- calcium.
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