Adult female hip bone density reflects teenage sports-exercise patterns but not teenage calcium intake.

@article{Lloyd2000AdultFH,
  title={Adult female hip bone density reflects teenage sports-exercise patterns but not teenage calcium intake.},
  author={T. Lloyd and Vernon M. Chinchilli and N Johnson-Rollings and Kessey J Kieselhorst and Douglas F. Eggli and Ruthanne Marcus},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2000},
  volume={106 1 Pt 1},
  pages={40-4}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine how cumulative teenage sports histories and time-averaged teenage calcium intake are related to total body bone mineral gain between ages 12 and 18 years and to proximal femur bone mineral density (BMD) at age 18 years. Design. Longitudinal. Setting. University Hospital and local suburban community in Central Pennsylvania. STUDY PARTICIPANTS Eighty-one white females in the ongoing Penn State Young Women's Health Study. OUTCOME MEASURES Total body and proximal femur (hip… CONTINUE READING

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