Taking vitamin D and calcium supplements together may not protect older women from dementia, a study found. Researchers looked at data on 4,100 older women and found similar rates of mild cognitive impairment between the group who took vitamin D and calcium supplements and the group who took placebo for an average of eight years. The findings appeared in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.
Vitamin D, calcium don't fight dementia, study finds
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