Headlines are just that - and there to grab your attention.
You have to dig deeper into any and all headlines, esp. the Health ones.
And the study was not a "study" but an analysis of a survey (questionnaire) sent out to people ...
And there is also the fact that it could also depend on the form of calcium that was used: this survey did not distinguish.
Instead it lumped any and all calcium supplements that people took, together.
Not controlled or scientific, at all. Not all calcium supplements are the same form of calcium or nor are all the same quality.
Some forms of calcium supplements are not readily absorptive as other forms.
P.S.> Dr. Sears uses quality ingredients.
Here is a link to an article for more information.
Calcium Supplements May Be Bad for Your Heart: Study
Review says getting mineral from food is safer, but another expert disagrees
By Steven Reinberg - HealthDay Reporter
WEDNESDAY, May 23 (HealthDay News) -- Many older Americans take calcium supplements to prevent bone loss, but they may be significantly increasing their risk for a heart attack, a new study suggests.
These supplements do not help prevent heart attacks or stroke as some previous research has suggested, the study authors say.
But dietary calcium might reduce the risk, they noted.
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So, he stated, "while further studies are needed, calcium supplements should be used only in those where the potential benefits outweigh the potential risks."
While the study found an association between calcium intake and heart attacks, it did not prove a cause-and-effect relationship.