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Can caffeine cause osteoporosis?

Studies show that caffeine might contribute to osteoporosis. As few as two cups a day of caffeinated coffee have been found to weaken bone and increase the risk of fractures. To counteract this effect, add more calcium to your diet or drink one cup of milk per cup of coffee.
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