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Calcium supplementation and risk of cardiovascular disease
With the outcome to demonstrate the efficacy of calcium to prevent the incidence of fractures many randomized controlled trials have been performed in the past two decades, with conflicting results. A RR of 0.86 for non-vertebral fractures and a RR of 0.91 for hip fractures on eight trials were demonstrated. Calcium sup-plementation is considered particularly important when base-line calcium intake is low. More recently WHI CaD Study indicated that calcium supplements with or without vitamin Dfatcat:a4n522q5vbenxfyahzt6zm6kbq