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to study or work hard, especially when pressed for time

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Synonyms for bone

rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates

the porous calcified substance from which bones are made

a shade of white the color of bleached bones

study intensively, as before an exam

consisting of or made up of bone

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These findings challenge the traditional thought that high-weight, low-repetition exercise is the ideal way to increase bone mineral density," said Jinger Gottschall, Associate Professor and lead researcher of the study conducted at Penn State.
No one had an active or ongoing inflammatory condition (except HIV infection), and no one had an earlier fracture suggesting low bone mineral density or an earlier heart attack.
Our findings give support for cardiac assessment in people with reduced bone mineral density and warrant further exploration of underlying biological mechanisms," said lead author, Dr.
Previous data have shown that severe renal dysfunction is associated with reduced bone mineral density and fractures, and that a creatinine clearance below 65 mL/min per 1.
A study by the same group of researchers established recently that diabetic patients had an increased risk of vertebral fractures independent of bone mineral density (J.
Men who routinely wear their cell phone on their belt on the right side have reduced bone mineral content (BMC) and bone mineral density (BMD) in the right hip, according to the study by Dr.
Low bone mineral density is considered a risk for developing the bone-thinning condition.
Inverse association of carotenoid intakes with 4-y change in bone mineral density in elderly men and women: the Framingham Osteoporosis Study.
The study, conducted at the University of Colorado, measured both the effect of Aquamin Soluble on levels of parathyroid hormone (PTH), a potent stimulator of bone resorption, and loss of bone mineral density.
While depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA) is a highly effective contraceptive used by millions of women, its use is associated with bone mineral density loss, raising concerns about long-term risk of osteoporosis and/or fractures.
Women who drink tea may be slower to lose bone mineral density as they age than women who do not.
The prepubertal human skeleton is sensitive to the mechanical stimulation elicited by exercise and there is increasing evidence that regular weight-bearing exercise is an effective strategy for enhancing bone mineral throughout growth.
Daily antidepressant use was also linked to increased odds of falling, lower bone mineral density at the hip and a trend toward lower bone mineral density at the spine.
The researchers examined the bone mineral density readings of more than 2,500 adult men and women and surveyed their soda-drinking patterns.
Notably, the studies reveal no link between homocysteine levels and bone mineral density (BMD).