Study: Milk helps prevent bone fractures

02/25/2004 | FoodNavigator

A study by scientists in New Zealand found children who didn't drink milk and avoided calcium-rich food or supplements were more likely to suffer bone fractures than their milk-consuming peers. "Children who regularly avoided milk had lower bone mineral density and weighed more, two factors that increase fracture risk," said one of the scientists.

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