New Zealand researchers reviewed 23 studies involving more than 4,000 adults and found that those who took vitamin D supplements for at least two years did not have substantial improvements in bone mineral density at the spine, hip, forearm or the whole body. However, such supplementation was linked to a significant increase in bone density at the neck of the thigh bone, according to the study in the journal The Lancet.

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