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AUDIO: Dr. Robert Heaney Explains Why He Pick Nuns For His Groundbreaking Calcium Study

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Forty years ago in 1967 nearly 200 nuns in the Omaha area enrolled in a study run by Creighton University researcher Dr. Robert Heaney. Results gathered over 25 years of in-hospital studies and later from bi-yearly checkups served as the basis for the calcium intake recommendations for adult women. EmpowHer is honored to introduce to you Dr. Robert Heaney from the Creighton University Osteoporosis Research Center. He is internationally recognized in the field of bone, biology, and calcium nutrition. “Dr. Heaney, thank you so much for helping us EmpowHer women.”

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Dr. Robert Heaney is from Creighton University Osteoporosis Research Center is internationally recognized in the field of bone, biology and calcium nutrition.

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