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Interventions in Childhood May Improve Adult Bone Health

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Adolescents with cerebral palsy have low bone mass, which significantly improves and is maintained during early adulthood, Australian researchers have found.

This suggests that cerebral palsy patients may benefit from early interventions to prevent bone mass loss, or improve bone metabolism, to optimize bone health from early childhood.

The article and the research: Interventions in Childhood May Improve Adult Bone Health
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