Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 3rd, 2006
According to researchers writing in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives, "High cadmium exposure is known to cause bone damage, but the association between low-level cadmium exposure and osteoporosis remains to be clarified. Using a population-based Women's Health survey in southern Sweden [Women's Health in the Lund Area (WHILA)] with no known historical cadmium contamination, we investigated cadmium-related effects on bone in 820 women (53-64 years of age)."
"We measured cadmium in blood and urine and lead in blood, an array of markers of bone...
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