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2008) Effects of a 4-month recruit training program on markers of bone metabolism.
Ihle and Loucks (2004) evaluated the roles of energy deficiency and exercise stress on hormone concentrations that regulate bone metabolism by examining markers of bone turnover in 29 healthy, moderately active young women.
When compared with the placebo, soy isoflavone supplementation had no effect on changes in regional bone mineral density, bone mineral content, and T scores; subjects were also undifferentiated by biochemical markers of bone metabolism.
Bess Dawson-Hughes is with the Bone Metabolism Laboratory, Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University, 711 Washington St.
Bone metabolism changes during anti-TNF-alpha therapy in patients with active rheumatoid arthritis.
Drugs that interfere with normal bone metabolism should be treated with suspicion.
Several studies have shown the beneficial effect of 10 g/ day supplementation with RHC Health on bone metabolism and joint health.
Zolendronic acid was also associated with a significant improvement in bone mineral density and bone metabolism markers.
To the Editor: Vitamin D deficiency is a common disorder that can have adverse effects on bone metabolism.
Partial multiphase skeletal scintigraphy and single-photon emission CT of the cranium showed increased bone metabolism in the area of the right frontal bone.
Barrie Dialysis Unit has had lunch-and-learns about Midrodine, Managing Dysfunctional Catheters and Renal Bone Metabolism
Furthermore, urinary cadmium was negatively associated with parathyroid hormone (a bone metabolism hormone) and positively associated with urinary deoxypyridinoline (a bone resorption marker).
Changes in bone metabolism as measured by the PET scans were assessed in two ways: via dynamic plasma clearance of [.
Clinical Practice Guidelines for Bone Metabolism and Disease, Guideline 3,
This is an important finding since it demonstrates that the receptors which cannabis acts upon are not only important in the nervous system, but also in the control of bone metabolism," said Prof Ralston, who is now at the University of Edinburgh.