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Bone mass, nutrition, and other lifestyle factors

Bone mass, nutrition, and other lifestyle factors

American Journal Of Medicine. 95(5 Part A): 29s-33s

Since the proceedings of the last Consensus Conference on Osteoporosis were published as a supplement to The American Journal of Medicine in November 1991, there has been a plethora of well-documented studies reported in the literature. This article will address some of the issues concerning the relation between bone mass and nutrition raised in those studies.

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PMID: 8256791

DOI: 10.1016/0002-9343(93)90378-3

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