*  Stress fracture of the Foot
... A stress fracture is described as a small crack in the bone which ... Concussion, also known as minor traumatic brain injury is the sudden and temporary loss or disturbance in nerve cell function ... unable to absorb the stress and when this happens the muscles transfer the stress to the bone which results in stress fracture. ... thinning of the bones). The risk of developing stress fracture increases in females if the bone weight decreases. ...
  http://www.drspelts.com/stress-fracture-of-the-foot/
*  Nancy Eckerson: Compulsive exercise and eating disorders with runners - *GJ FOSTERS SPORTS - fosters.com - Dover, NH
... menstrual disturbances or loss, and bone loss (including stress fractures) or osteoporosis. This syndrome, when athletes are ... loss of muscle tissue and bone, and in severe cases, can result in death. A syndrome known as the female athlete triad consists ...
  http://www.fosters.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20120805/GJSPORTS_01/708059899/-1/FOSSPORTS1311
*  Home - Better Bones
7 Stress less. Amazingly, stress is highly correlated with fracture risk and bone loss (and that's above and beyond all the ... in a bone scan becomes concerning if subsequent scans reveal rapid and excessive bone loss, such as more than 2% a year loss ... or a low-impact fracture - there are many ways to reduce bone loss and support bone health. ... Since women's peak bone mass occurs in their late 20s, it stands to reason that some amount of bone loss takes place throughout ...
  https://www.betterbones.com/
*  Calcium, bones and stress fractures
Since estrogen protects against bone loss, the disturbance in normal hormonal status leads to accelerated bone loss and poor ... There appears to be a 3 step spectrum of bony injury; bone strain, stress reaction, and stress fracture (in order of increasing ... Calcium, Bones and Stress Fractures. Bones are a wonderful thing. They provide a structural framework upon which humans are ... This latter mechanism is known as a stress fracture . Athletes with stress fractures often notice persistent pain in a ...
  http://www.rice.edu/~jenky/sports/calcium.html
*  Drugs Used In Osteoporosis Can Help Prevent Periodontal Bone Loss
Majority of bone fractures occur because of high force impact or stress on a bone. ... Osteoporosis is a bone disease that leads to an increased risk of fractures. The bone mass is reduced and the bones are porous ... because bone loss occurs without symptoms and the progressive loss and thinning of bone tissue happens over many years. ... Colle s Fracture. Colles fracture or broken wrist is a wrist fracture, which occurs within an inch of the wrist joint. Colles ...
  http://www.medindia.net/news/view_news_main.asp?x=5801
*  Weight of the Evidence: January 2006
... has been shown to significantly decrease estimated calcium balance and may increase the risk for bone loss and stress fracture ... which can ultimately compromise your bone health, thereby increasing your risk for bone fracture. In fact, consumption of a low ... When you are stressed, your body releases a number of hormones and chemicals to try to counteract the affects of the stress. ... Chronic stress means constant elevated levels of stress hormones and inflammation. Relaxation, meditation, exercise and simple ...
  http://weightoftheevidence.blogspot.com/2006/01/
*  SCIENCE OF HYDRATION
Calcium loss through sweat may predispose athletes to bone loss and stress fractures if it is not replaced adequately. Eload ... Increase calcium. An average loss of calcium per litre of sweat is 50 milligrams. ... Hydration Formula contains 50 milligrams of calcium to keep your bones strong and increase endurance. ...
  https://canada.eloadsportnutrition.com/the-science-of-hydratation/
*  Sacral Stress Fracture | Portsmouth Regional Hospital
Learn more about Sacral Stress Fracture at Portsmouth Regional Hospital DefinitionCausesRisk ... Certain diseases or conditions that result in bone or mineral loss, such as abnormal or absent menstrual cycles ... Sacral stress fractures can be caused by repetitive stress or weakened bones. ... A sacral stress fracture is a small break in the sacrum. The sacrum is a large triangular bone at base of the spine. The sacrum ...
  https://portsmouthhospital.com/hl/?/432307/Spondylolysis-of-the-sacrum&com.dotmarketing.htmlpage.language=1
*  Female Athlete Triad
... loss of a girl's period), and osteoporosis (a weakening of the bones). ... stress fractures, and other injuries. Over the long term, it can cause bone weakness, long-term effects on the reproductive ... Osteoporosis is a weakening of the bones due to the loss of bone density and improper bone formation. This condition can ruin a ... Because osteoporosis can put someone at higher risk for bone fractures, the doctor may also request tests to measure bone ...
  http://kidshealth.org/CookChildrens/en/teens/triad.html
*  The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Consensus Development Program: Osteoporosis Prevention, Diagnosis, and Therapy
Failure to achieve peak bone mass, bone loss, and increased fracture rates have been shown in this group. Anorexia nervosa ... Settings in which these occur include strenuous athletic training, emotional stress, and low body weight. ... Fracture risk is a combination of bone-dependent and bone-independent factors. Bone-independent factors include muscle function ... It is important to acknowledge a common misperception that osteoporosis is always the result of bone loss. Bone loss commonly ...
  https://consensus.nih.gov/2000/2000osteoporosis111html.htm
*  Sacral Stress Fracture | Winchester Hospital
The sacrum is a large triangular bone at base of the spine. The sacrum connects to the pelvis. ... A sacral stress fracture is a small break in the sacrum. ... diseases or conditions that result in bone or mineral loss, ... Sacral Stress Fracture. Definition. A sacral stress fracture is a small break in the sacrum. The sacrum is a large triangular ... Sacral stress fractures can be caused by repetitive stress or weakened bones. ...
  http://www.winchesterhospital.org/health-library/article?id=432307
*  Finite element analysis of cementless femoral stems based on mid- and long-term radiological evaluation | Springer for Research...
Computerized finite element analysis (FEA) is employed to demonstrate differences in initial stress... ... Background Femoral bone remodeling in response to stress shielding induces periprosthetic bone loss. ... Bone loss due to stress shielding is a key factor in aseptic loosening, subsidence and periprosthetic femoral fracture, making ... Femoral bone remodeling in response to stress shielding induces periprosthetic bone loss. Computerized finite element analysis ...
  https://rd.springer.com/article/10.1186/s12891-016-1260-z
*  Physical Activity and Bone Health Book (Copyright 2001, 288 pages) - OnlineSports.com
... and bone health becomes available, there is a growing need to synthesize and clarify the rapidly evolving information. No other ... Mechanism of Bone Loss*Treatment of Amenorrheic Women*References*Chapter 17. Stress Fractures*Continuum of Bone Overuse Injury* ... Bennell earned her reputation in the bone field for her pivotal stress fracture research and work in physical activity and bone ... Why Stress Fractures Occur-Pathophysiology*Clinical Aspects*Treatment of Stress Fractures*Risk Factors*Summary*References*Part ...
  https://www.onlinesports.com/physical-activity-and-bone-health-book-copyright-2001-288-pages.html
*  Sports Nutrition | Health Promotion | Brown University
... without which they begin to lose calcium from their bones, often resulting in stress fractures and the risk of permanent loss ... Up to 90% of "peak bone mass" Is acquired between the ages of 18 to 20, but bone mass can continue to increase until around age ... The Federal Trade Commission has been able to stop some of the false claims about CrPl's ability to cause weight loss and loss ... especially if you a person who menstruates as you can be prone to stress fractures and shin splints, and may not be having ...
  https://www.brown.edu/campus-life/health/services/promotion/nutrition-eating-concerns-sports-nutrition/sports-nutrition
*  Active Women and Amenorrhea
... almost a three times higher incidence of stress fractures, and long-term problems with early osteoporosis. ... Amenorrhea can cause loss of calcium from the bones, ... Amenorrhea can cause loss of calcium from the bones, almost a ... loss of calcium from the bones, almost a three times higher incidence of stress fractures, and long-term problems with early ... With less muscle tugging on bones, the bones become weaker. A 120 pound athlete should target 60 to 90 grams protein each day. ...
  http://beginnertriathlete.com/cms/article-detail.asp?articleid=1143
*  Osseointegrated Transcutaneous Device for Amputees: A Pilot Large Animal Model
... bone fracture, bone loss due to stress shielding, and implant failure [7, 8]. ... This reaming created a stress riser and as we could not limit the animal's weightbearing, the bone fractured. Future studies ... Intraoperative measurements revealed an average bone loss of 8 mm with removal of the implant [9]. Not only do these implants ... Daily assessment from the start of the study included ambulation ability, use of the prosthesis, bone fracture, and implant ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/aorth/2018/4625967/
*  Osteoporosis - What are your risks? - Mayo Clinic
Due to loss of bone tissue, bones that were once dense and strong can be unable to withstand the stress of even normal activity ... In addition to bone fractures, osteoporosis can cause bone pain, loss of height and a stooped posture. All of these symptoms ... Low calcium intake contributes to diminished bone density, early bone loss and an increased risk of fractures. Because vitamin ... Alcohol use. Alcohol delivers a double whammy to your bones, putting a damper on bone building and stimulating the bone loss ...
  https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/osteoporosis/in-depth/osteoporosis-risks/art-20304597
*  The IOC consensus statement: beyond the Female Athlete Triad-Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S) | British Journal of...
42 Bone loss in these athletes may be irreversible.43. Changes in bone structure lead to an increased risk of stress fractures. ... Bone quality and muscle strength in female athletes with lower limb stress fractures. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2011;43:2110-19. ... Stress fracture sites related to underlying bone health in athletic females. Clin J Sport Med 2001;11:73-6. ... Stress fractures and bone health in track and field athletes. J Sci Med Sport 2000;3:268-79. ...
  http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/48/7/491.long
*  Intense training without proper recovery may compromise bone health in elite rowers | EurekAlert! Science News
... acting as a protective mechanism against bone fractures and osteoporosis. But a new study suggests that the extended, high- ... intensity training sessions of elite athletes could reverse beneficial bone changes. Researchers from Brock University in ... an indicator of bone strength, typically increases with regular exercise, ... "high incidence of stress fractures and are at risk of [bone mineral density] loss," wrote Nigel Kurgan, first author of the ...
  https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-04/eb2-itw041317.php
*  The Body Systems by Nitya Chivukula on Prezi
It commonly results in bone fractures of the wrist, spine or hip, which can even be caused by mild stresses such as coughing. ... Osteoporosis is when bones become brittle and weak due to the extensive loss of bone tissue. ... People with bone cancer experience fatigue, bone pain, or frequent bone fractures. Bone cancer most frequently occurs in longer ... Bone cancer is cancer that originates within a bone of the body causing bones to weaken. ...
  https://prezi.com/3_upret99rt0/the-body-systems/
*  Protein Kinase G Activation Reverses Oxidative Stress and Restores Osteoblast Function and Bone Formation in Male Mice With...
Bone loss and fractures are underrecognized complications of type 1 diabetes and are primarily due to impaired bone formation ... In bones from diabetic mice and in osteoblasts exposed to high glucose, cinaciguat reduced oxidative stress via PKG-dependent ... Protein Kinase G Activation Reverses Oxidative Stress and Restores Osteoblast Function and Bone Formation in Male Mice With ... Protein Kinase G Activation Reverses Oxidative Stress and Restores Osteoblast Function and Bone Formation in Male Mice With ...
  http://diabetes.diabetesjournals.org/content/67/4/607
*  Anatomic Changes in the Macroscopic Morphology and Microarchitecture of Denervated Long Bone Tissue after Spinal Cord Injury in...
... resulting in bone loss [1]. More than 50% of people with complete SCI will experience a postinjury bone fracture at some point ... which demonstrates that mechanical loading stimulates periosteal bone formation in areas under higher stress [9]. In our study ... S.-D. Jiang, L.-S. Jiang, and L.-Y. Dai, "Changes in bone mass, bone structure, bone biomechanical properties, and bone ... It is known that the bone macroarchitecture influences bone resistance. The bone size and shape directly affect the bone ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/bmri/2014/853159/
*  Hip joint pannus formation, illustration - Stock Image C029/0664 - Science Photo Library
... where the loss of calcium causes bones to become brittle and prone to fracture. For the individual images, see C029/0663-66. ... Osteoarthritis is a joint disease aggravated by mechanical stress. Symptoms include joint pain, stiffness and swelling. This ... Osteoarthritis is a joint disease aggravated by mechanical stress. Symptoms include joint pain, stiffness and swelling. This ... where the loss of calcium causes bones to become brittle and prone to fracture. For the individual images, see C029/0663-66. ...
  http://www.sciencephoto.com/media/722250/view
*  Amenorrhea: A serious and common health problem for female athletes - Dr. Phil Maffetone
Decreased bone density increases the risk of stress fractures, muscle problems and physical fatigue - serious conditions for ... specifically reduced testosterone which also causes bone loss and increased risk of fractures. ... Bone loss most commonly occurs in the spine, hip, wrist and foot. Scoliosis (curvature of the spine) is an additional risk of ... Bone loss is one of the most serious problems associated with amenorrhea and is secondary to hormone imbalance. Overtraining ...
  https://philmaffetone.com/amenorrhea/
*  Fluoride Action Network | Fluoride's Differential Effect on Bone Density: Trabecular vs. Cortical Bone
... where the loss at the shaft site was 7.3%. The lower tibia/fibula is a common site of fluoride-related stress fractures and ... aka cancellous bone). Trabecular bone is the primary bone of the spine, whereas cortical bone is the primary bone of the legs ... Bone 19:651-5.. "Fluoride has been shown to increase bone formation to a larger extent in trabecular bone than cortical bone ... increased vertebral fractures and peripheral bone loss with sodium fluoride; concurrent estrogen prevents peripheral loss, but ...
  https://fluoridealert.org/studies/bone03/