Suplementos de calcio y prevención de fracturas | 11 NOV 13

Beneficios para la salud ósea y desventajas del consumo excesivo de calcio

Evidencia actual sobre la relación entre el consumo de calcio y el riesgo de fracturas, y la seguridad de los suplementos de calcio.
Autor/a: Dres. Douglas C. Bauer N Engl J Med 2013;369:1537-43.
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