Kaiser Daily Women’s Health Policy Report Summarizes New York Times Letters to the editor on recent WHI Calcium, Vitamin D StudyThe New York Times has recently published several letters D to the editor at the Women ‘s Health Initiative study on calcium and vitamin. Summaries appear below. – Uriel Barzel: What the WHI study on the benefits of calcium and vitamin D supplements, says it is that too much of a good thing is not necessarily good, a Bronx, New York, writes, adding that other factors must maintaining and improving the health of bones to be considered.
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