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Some previous evidence have linked dairy products with greater muscle mass, bone mineral density and lower risk of osteoporosis. However, other authors have found a detrimental effect of milk on the risk of hip fracture. The aim of this study was to assess the prospective association between dairy consumption and risk of falls in older adults. Therefore, our results suggest a null association between habitual dairy consumption and the risk of falling in older adults. Whether milk consumption may increase the risk of falls, as observed in the UK Biobank cohort, merits further study.