5 Aug 2010
Yes you can.=
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6 Aug 2010
Hi i know this isn't your question and i don't know why you are taking the calcium but did you know that taking calcium can increase your risk of heart attack by 3 times! Apparently the risk outweighs the benefits. I just heard this the other day. Just thought you might want to know?
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