Milk is rich in calcium, a key component of our bones, and has long been touted as an important part of a healthy diet for just this reason. However, it turns out that drinking lots of milk may not actually lead to stronger bones. A Swedish study finds that women who drink more than three glasses of milk a day are in fact more likely to suffer a bone fracture than those who consume less. They also have a higher risk of death. Interestingly, consumption of fermented milk products, such as yogurt, is linked to a lower risk of fractures.