Zinc Status as a Risk of Osteoporosis

@inproceedings{AlTimimi2017ZincSA,
  title={Zinc Status as a Risk of Osteoporosis},
  author={Dhia J Al-Timimi and Samim A. Al-Dabbagh and Khyria A K Mohammed},
  year={2017}
}
Osteoporosis is a disease commonly encountered in the general practice, and considered a common cause of fractures mainly among women.it is also an important public health problem in elderly men, so about thirty percent of fractures of hip occur in men.several risk factors have been incriminated in the causation of the disease including age, hypogonadism, drug containing steroid, tobacco smoking, alcohol intake, lack of physical activity and excess or lack of certain components of diet.The… CONTINUE READING
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