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Vitamin D and vitamin B deficiency are common in elderly subjects and are important risk factors for osteoporosisand age-related diseases. Supplementation with these vitamins is a promising preventative strategy. The objective of this studywas to evaluate the effects of vitamins D3 and B supplementation on bone turnover, homocysteine metabolism and telomerelength in elderly people.
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