Calcium Supplements May Carry Heart Attack Risk

Noting the limitations of the review, Dr. Stephen Richardson, an endocrinologist at NYU Langone Medical Center, said that more research is needed to definitively assess the cardiovascular risk with calcium supplementation.

The meta-analysis "may temper our enthusiasm for calcium supplementation in low-risk populations," he said, "but patients with high risk for fractures will continue to take calcium supplements."

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