Stress of social disadvantage could have osteoporosis risk

osteoporotic fracture
New research shows that the stress of social disadvantage could be putting people at higher risk of developing osteoporosis. An international team of researchers led by Deakin University’s Dr Sharon Brennan-Olsen has proposed a new model for looking at what happens to the body throughout the lifespan to cause the development of osteoporosis. Their work

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