A study that included more than 78,000 U.S. women in their 50s and 70s found that increased dietary calcium and fluid intake was tied to a lower risk for first-time kidney stones, University of Washington researchers reported. The study in the Journal of Urology also found that women with diets highest in sodium were 61% more likely to develop stones compared with those who had the lowest sodium intake.
Study links dietary calcium, fluids to lower risk for kidney stones
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