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Useful links & references

Useful links

Institute of Medicine, National Academies Press: Dietary Reference Intakes for calcium and vitamin D (2011)
Associated Report Brief

WHO “Keeping fit for life: meeting the nutritional needs of older persons”:

International Osteoporosis Foundation



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