Calcium for better bones

By Mayo Clinic Staff

Calcium is a mineral important for developing and maintaining strong bones. Food sources include dairy products, dark green leafy vegetables, fish with soft bones that you can eat, and calcium-fortified foods.

Nov. 14, 2020 See more In-depth

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