Are calcium intakes and physical activity patterns during adolescence related to radial bone mass of white college-age females?

Abstract

The determinants of bone mass, i.e., size and density, in young adult women after cessation of growth in length of the bones are not well understood. Usual dietary calcium (Ca) intakes and physical activity (PA) patterns during the post-pubertal half-decade have been considered as two important factors contributing to bone mass. In the present hypothesis… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01624147

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