Eating disorders, menstrual dysfunction, weight change and DMPA use predict bone density change in college-aged women.

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INTRODUCTION There are limited longitudinal studies that have evaluated bone mineral density (BMD) changes in college-aged women. Our objective was to simultaneously evaluate factors influencing 4-year BMD change. METHODS This was a longitudinal cohort study of healthy, physically active women in the US Military Academy (n=91; average age=18.4years… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bone.2015.12.054

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@article{Nieves2016EatingDM, title={Eating disorders, menstrual dysfunction, weight change and DMPA use predict bone density change in college-aged women.}, author={Jeri W. Nieves and Jamie A Ruffing and Marsha Zion and Susan Tendy and Trudy A Yavorek and Robert Clark Lindsay and Felicia Cosman}, journal={Bone}, year={2016}, volume={84}, pages={113-9} }