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In Brief: Calcium intake and bone mass

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Calcium intake and bone mass: "Calcium supplementation and exogenous estrogen positively influence bone mass in postmenopausal years," Cornelia Ulrich et al. concluded in a study published in the January issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. "Women may successfully enhance their genetically determined bone mass through weight-bearing exercise, post-menopausal estrogen replacement therapy, and adequate calcium intake," the researchers from the University of Washington and Oregon State University said. The study involved 25 mother-daughter pairs in which the mothers were 64 years of age or older and the daughters premenopausal...
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