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In zoning, the number of things allowed per unit of land, such as number of houses, occupants,or families per acre.

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A positive correlation between squat strength and pelvis bone mineral density, a link that indicates the exercises used in the study could effectively decrease the risk of a hip fracture.
After 48 weeks of treatment, average hip bone mineral density rose 0.
Osteoporosis was defined as a history of osteoporotic fracture or a baseline bone mineral density measurement at the femoral neck of the hip of 2 or more standard deviations below the mean for healthy young adults.
Among the subjects who completed the trial, average lumbar spine bone mineral density increased 3.
Among 9,331 postmenopausal women, those with low bone mineral density and at least one prevalent vertebral fracture were 60% less likely to fracture a hip during 3 years of therapy if they were taking risedronate rather than placebo.
For example, performing upper body resistance exercises will not increase bone mineral density of the hips.
Compared with neural anorexia, we found in this study the degree of impairment by four-week diet restriction on bone metabolism was relatively weaker, so that bone mineral density returned to normal level after re-feeding.
McCarthy found that women who had both ovaries removed before age 45 had on average three percent lower bone mineral density than women with intact ovaries.
If someone loses about 2%-4% of bone mineral density on Depo, then when they stop the injections, their BMD will recover and there is no risk," said principal investigator Dr.
In that trial, arzoxifene proved superior to Lilly's older osteoporosis drug Evista in increasing bone mineral density in the lumbar spine, total hip and femoral neck regions.
However few studies have examined the association between carotenoid intake (other than [beta]-carotene) and bone mineral density (BMD).
David O' Leary, commercial manager at Marigot, commented: "Loss of bone mineral density is a serious issue for many professional and amateur athletes.