Reciprocal Relations of Subcutaneous and Visceral Fat to Bone Structure and Strength
The Endocrine Society
Context: Increased body fat is a risk factor for cardiovascular and metabolic disease, yet it is uncertain whether obesity protects against osteoporosis or adiposity is harmful to bone.
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