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home:food:aim_health:aging [01.11.2019]
sallieq [General research on aging]
home:food:aim_health:aging [01.11.2019]
sallieq [General research on aging]
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 Falls studies have determined that taking ≥ 4 drugs is associated with an increased incidence of falls, recurrent falls, and injurious falls. (({{pubmed>​long:​25539567}})) ​ Falls studies have determined that taking ≥ 4 drugs is associated with an increased incidence of falls, recurrent falls, and injurious falls. (({{pubmed>​long:​25539567}})) ​
  
-A number of meta-analyses ​have questioned the benefits of untargeted or 'holistic' ​supplementation for falls and fracture, ​and raised ​the possibility ​of adverse ​cardiovascular ​effects (({{pubmed>​long:​30601231}})) ​+ These articles ​have identified ​holistic ​vitamin D supplementation ​with or without calcium is unlikely to be an effective primary prevention strategy ​for falls or fracture. There has also been high-quality evidence that vitamin D, daily or as a bolusdoes not reduce ​the risk of cardiovascular ​events. (({{pubmed>​long:​30601231}})) ​
 ==== Some of the documented protective effects of ARBs ==== ==== Some of the documented protective effects of ARBs ====
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