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Alcohol and Bone Density
Relationship between bone mineral density and alcohol intake in postmenopausal women (Aug 2017)
Social to moderate alcohol consumption provides a protective effect for functional outcomes after fixation of orthopaedic fractures (Aug 2017)
The effects of alcohol consumption on the risk of hip fracture (Apr 2015)
Associations of smoking and alcohol consumption with disease activity and functional status in rheumatoid arthritis (Jan 2014)
Postmenopause moderate alcohol consumption may help prevent bone loss (Sep 2012)
Alcohol consumption and bone mineral density in elderly women (Sep 2012)
Do lifestyle choices explain the effect of alcohol on bone mineral density in women around the menopause? (May 2012)
The association of alcohol consumption with osteoporosis (May 2012)
Wine drinkers have higher bone density in the spine and the hip than non-drinkers
Influence of Lifestyle factors on bone density in middle-aged and elderly men
Beer and bone density
Effects of beer, wine, and liquor intakes on bone mineral density in older men and women
Moderate alcohol may protect against low bone density and osteoporotic fractures
Moderate alcohol consumption and increased bone mineral density: potential ethanol and non-ethanol mechanisms
Alcohol and Bone Mineral Density
Alcohol May Protect Women's Bones
Beer, Silicon & Bone Density by Professor Jonathan Powell
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