Published in Women's Health Weekly, July 6th, 2006
"In 2000, body composition, x-ray-defined knee osteoarthritis, and self-reported knee pain information from a cross-sectional, community-based study of 211 African-American and 669 Caucasian women in southeast Michigan (mean age, 47 years) was related to performance-based physical functioning measures to characterize development of functional limitations. Body composition was assessed with bioelectrical impedance," according to investigators in the United States.
M. Sowers and colleagues, University of Michigan, reported "Functioning measures were gait...
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