Higher Calcium Intake Linked With Lower Risk of Hyperparathyroidism


A prospective cohort study based on data from women in the Nurses' Health Study suggests an independent association between lower risk of primary hyperparathyroidism and higher intake of dietary calcium. The findings, published by researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital, represent more than 2 decades' worth of follow up.

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