Effect of Physical Activity on Calcium Homeostasis and Calciotropic Hormones: A Review

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Physical exercise has frequently been shown to improve bone mass, especially at load-bearing bone sites. It is widely acknowledged that the anabolic effects of exercise on bone tissue are related to the application of mechanical constraints, but part of the osteogenic response may be due to other factors. In particular, various hormonal parameters that are… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00223-009-9277-z

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