A combined dietary-physical activity intervention affects bone strength in obese children and adolescents.

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Obesity has become the most common pediatric chronic disease in the modern era. Recent data suggests that unlike obese adults, obese children and adolescents may have decreased bone strength. It was the objective to prospectively examine the short term effects of a 3 month combined dietary-physical activity intervention on anthropometric measures, body… (More)

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@article{Nemet2006ACD, title={A combined dietary-physical activity intervention affects bone strength in obese children and adolescents.}, author={Dani Nemet and E Berger-Shemesh and Baruch Wolach and Abraham Rami Eliakim}, journal={International journal of sports medicine}, year={2006}, volume={27 8}, pages={666-71} }