Study links high sodium intake to bone fracture risk in older women

06/25/2013 |

Postmenopausal women who consumed an average of 7,561 milligrams of sodium a day were about four times more likely to develop a bone fracture than those with lower sodium intake, according to a study of 213 women in Japan. The findings were presented at the annual meeting of The Endocrine Society.

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