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  1. Calcium rich foods and sources
  2. Recommended daily allowance of calcium
  3. Calcium for strong bones
  4. Calcium benefits
  5. Calcium for kids
  6. Calcium for women
  7. Calcium for the elderly
  8. Calcium for the teeth
  9. Role of calcium
  10. Calcium deficiency
  11. Calcium side effects

References

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  6. Center for Young Women’s Health. Calcium. Boston Children's Hospital [Internet]
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  11. MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia: US National Library of Medicine; Calcium supplements