Denser Bones Tied to Healthier Eyes in Aging Women
“BMD may serve as a marker for lifetime endogenous estrogen exposure, and if so, these results suggest that endogenous estrogen exposure may be protective against ARM”
The denser an older woman's bones, the lower her risk of a sight-threatening condition known as age-related maculopathy , a new study shows. via MedlinePlus
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