The Hertfordshire Cohort Study is a nationally unique study of men and women born in the English county of Hertfordshire in the early part of the 20 th century. Records that detail their health in infancy and childhood have been preserved, their sociodemographic,...
Summary In a free-living cohort of 4-year old children, mean daily time in moderate–vigorous physical activity and daily calcium intake at 3 years, were positively related to hip bone size and density. Relationships between physical activity and bone indices were...
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