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Calcium, vitamin D changes suggested

But flaws are seen in long-awaited report

By Kay Lazar
Globe Staff / November 30, 2010

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A long-awaited report from a panel of independent scientists recommends tripling the amount of vitamin D most Americans should take and small increases in calcium levels for children to build and maintain strong bones, but some specialists warned that the recommendations were flawed. (Full article: 937 words)

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