Studies link smoking, coffee to osteoporosis

August 1994
Total Health;Aug94, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p14
Reports on the findings of several medical research related to osteoporosis on women. Decrease in bone mass of women who drank two cups of coffee daily for 40 years according to researchers at the University of California at San Diego; Findings of Australian researchers on the proneness of women who smoke throughout their adulthood to osteoporosis.


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