You can probably pop those calcium supplement pills for bones without worrying much about how they would affect your heart.
A study has found that calcium supplementation, with or without vitamin D, does not increase coronary heart disease or cause mortality risk in elderly women.
A new study has found that kidney patients who take calcium supplements to lower their phosphorous levels could be at a 22 percent higher risk of death than those who take other non-calcium based treatments.
Taking a calcium supplement of up to 1,000 mg per day can help women live longer, according to a research.
Men taking calcium supplements may be at an increased risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, a new study suggests.
Researchers of a new study have revealed that they have found no evidence of a link between calcium intake and coronary artery calcification.
There is growing evidence that calcium supplements increase the risk of heart attacks among older women.
Calcium supplements, commonly taken by older people for osteoporosis, increase the risk of a heart attack, according to a new study.
Ordinary calcium supplements taken by the elderly to strengthen bones may boost risk of heart attacks.
Excessive intake of calcium supplements may have adverse effect on health, notes a study.
A new study has suggested that vitamins and calcium supplements can reduce the risk of breast cancer.
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