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Medical News Today: Why might smoking and drinking alcohol raise the risk of osteoporosis?

05:00 EDT 13 May 2019 | Medical News Today

Study uncovers a stress signaling cell mechanism through which damage to mitochondria can disrupt bone creation-resorption balance to promote osteoporosis.

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