Our findings, together with those from several small randomized trials that discovered supplements to be effective in treating PMS, suggest that a high intake of calcium and supplement D may decrease the risk of PMS, the authors conclude. Clinical trials of this issue are warranted. In the interim, considering that calcium and vitamin D may reduce risk of osteoporosis plus some cancers also, clinicians may consider recommending these nutrition for younger females even. .. A diet rich in vitamin and calcium D may lower the risk of developing premenstrual syndrome A diet rich in calcium and vitamin D might lower the chance of developing premenstrual syndrome , in the June 13 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine according to a study.They report on their findings in The influence of race/ethnicity and host to service on breasts reconstruction for Medicare beneficiaries with mastectomy, lately published in SpringerPlus. We wanted to understand whether the racial disparity seen in breasts reconstruction among females with breast cancer was linked to where women received treatment, independent of competition, said Tracy Onega, PhD, Associate Professor of Community & Family Medicine, Norris Cotton Cancer Center, and The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, The Geisel College of Medication at Dartmouth.