Published in Women's Health Law Weekly, October 10th, 2004
"Although the female athletic triad is widely recognized clinically, there have been few studies quantitating the effect of disordered eating on bone mineral density. The purpose of this study was to explore the mechanisms through which disordered eating might influence the skeleton in nationally or internationally competitive runners," wrote J.H. Gibson and colleagues, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge.
They included 50 British national or higher standard middle- and long-distance female runners...
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