Bone vitality

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  • This book will change the way you think about bone density and osteoporosis. The weakening of bones is often viewed as a calcium defi ciency, when actually it’s an imbalance between calcium intake and excretion. As nutrition professor Amy Joy Lanou, Ph.D., and noted medical journalist Michael Castleman eloquently reveal, diets rich in animal protein, including meat and dairy, add acid to the blood. This acid accelerates osteoporosis by depleting bones of calcium, phosphorus, and sodium.

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  • Since this book was first published in 1993, the Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS) concept and courses have gone a great way towards their aim of bringing simple guidelines for the management of ill and injured children to front-line doctors and nurses. Over the years an increasing number of experts have contributed to the work and we extend our thanks both to them and also to our instructors who unceasingly provide helpful feedback.The Advanced Paediatric Life Support Course is now well established in several countries outside the United Kingdom.

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  • The molecular biology and mechanical properties of tendon and ligament healing and soft tissue (i.e., tendon, ligament, capsular tissues) to bone are a vital aspect of many surgical disciplines. Recent advances, both surgical and experimental, have provided great insight into new techniques, mechanisms of healing, and strategies for augmentation and repair.

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  • Bone densitometry (BD) is an extraordinary clinical tool. It provides a safe, non-invasive window to the skeleton. Through that window, a physician can obtain vital clinical information that enhances diagnosis and improves patient management. Further, much has changed in the last decade to make bone densitometry the especially fascinating field of medicine it is today, incorporating imaging, physics

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  • Guidelines set out by the Department of Health (2011) call for interventions to increase children’s physical activity levels, starting from birth. Early years children should be given ample opportunities for unrestricted movement (such as crawling and water-based play) to increase their physiological development and encourage bonding with others. Drawing on robust research, the report argued that levels of physical activity required in childhood to help achieve healthy weight, bone and cardiometabolic health and psychological well-being are higher than previously estimated.

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