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Smoking negatively affects total hip BMD in older individuals
 

Smoking negatively affects total hip BMD in older individuals

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Current smoking appears to promote a significant decrease in total hip bone mass density (BMD) in older men and women, according to the results of a sub-study of Taiwan Osteoporosis Survey presented at the 6th Asia-Pacific Osteoporosis Meeting (IOF Regionals 2016) in Singapore.
 
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15 Nov 2016 - General
 
I appreciate your comment Md Shamim Reza . Smoking is very injurious to health so there is no question of even a single benefit. It is just a habit, I will say bad habit and i truly hate sm...
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Another adverse effect of smoking. Thanks for sharing. In the last few days, I have seen multiple posts on smoking and its hazard in the community. Some discussed about lung cancer, some talked about vascular disease, stroke etc. Smoking is related...
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A sub-study of Taiwan Osteoporosis Survey has been carried out in Singapore about smoking. It has been seen that current smoking appears to promote a significant decrease in total hip bone mass density (BMD) in older men and women while on the other ...
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