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Influence of Adolescents’ Physical Activity on Bone Mineral Acquisition: A Systematic Review Article

@article{Zulfarina2016InfluenceOA,
  title={Influence of Adolescents’ Physical Activity on Bone Mineral Acquisition: A Systematic Review Article},
  author={Mohamed S Zulfarina and A. M. Sharkawi and Zaris-SM AQILAH-S.N and S. Mokhtar and S. A. Nazrun and Isa Naina-Mohamed},
  journal={Iranian Journal of Public Health},
  year={2016},
  volume={45},
  pages={1545 - 1557}
}
Background: This study conducted to examine and to provide a systematic literature over the influence of adolescents’ physical activity (PA) in maximizing`s peak bone mass (PBM). PBM or the ‘bone bank’ is an important determinant in achieving healthy bone. PA is one of the bone’s lifestyle contributors and high PBM is one of the major strategies for preventing osteoporosis. Methods: A computerized literature search using Medline (Ovid) and Scopus were conducted to identify relevant… Expand
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