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Research finds new risk for fractures

Amino acid cited; vitamins urged

By Alice Dembner
Globe Staff / May 13, 2004

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Researchers have identified a significant new risk factor for fractures in people with osteoporosis -- high levels of an amino acid that typically result from eating too little of certain nutrients. (Full Article: 437 Words)

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