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Why do we need calcium?

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Dr. Kenneth Cheng
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: Cells & bone health

Calcium is an important element for bone strength (preventing osteoporosis and hip fractures) and important for basic cell function (as an electrolyte).
Consult with your doctor on how much calcium you might need.

In brief: Cells & bone health

Calcium is an important element for bone strength (preventing osteoporosis and hip fractures) and important for basic cell function (as an electrolyte).
Consult with your doctor on how much calcium you might need.
Dr. Kenneth Cheng
Dr. Kenneth Cheng
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Dr. Brendan Stack Jr.
Surgery - Head & Neck
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Calcium is necessary

Calcium is critical for the physiologic functions of enzymes, nerves, and muscles.
It is the key constituent of the skeleton. It is the most important cation (salt or mineral) after sodium and potassium.

In brief: Calcium is necessary

Calcium is critical for the physiologic functions of enzymes, nerves, and muscles.
It is the key constituent of the skeleton. It is the most important cation (salt or mineral) after sodium and potassium.
Dr. Brendan Stack Jr.
Dr. Brendan Stack Jr.
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