Perceived stress and risk of any osteoporotic fracture

@article{Pedersen2016PerceivedSA,
  title={Perceived stress and risk of any osteoporotic fracture},
  author={Alma Becic Pedersen and Lisbeth Munksgaard Baggesen and Vera Ehrenstein and Lars Pedersen and Mathias Lasgaard and Ellen M Mikkelsen},
  journal={Osteoporosis International},
  year={2016},
  volume={27},
  pages={2035-2045}
}
SummaryPerceived stress is associated with several adverse health outcomes; however, little is known about the impact of stress on fracture risk. [...] Key MethodMethodsA 2006 population-based health survey in the Central Danish Region (with 1.25 million inhabitants) was used to identify 7943 persons who were 55 years or older on the survey date and completed the Perceived Stress Scale. Individuals were categorized into two groups: high level of stress and low level of stress (including no stress).Expand
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