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Old 11-18-2014, 06:03 PM   #1
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[ The strongest single determinant for hip fracture risk was the inability to stand on one leg for 10 seconds.

The inability to squat, touch the floor and stand back up was linked to a 5.2 times increase in hip fracture.

Those with lowest grip strength at age 59 ]
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That's scary really. Especially for so many of us with balance issues to begin with.

Great info thanks!
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I first came to the realization of the dangers of fluoridation in 1991....I've been in the battle ever since.

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In critiquing the York Review I spent a considerable time reading the literature on Hip Fractures and exposure to fluoride. I thought readers would ...
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