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Postmenopausal Women and their Bone Health

Journal: Journal of Human Anatomy (Vol.1, No. 2)

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Bones make much important work in our body. It not only creates a body structure but also protects vital organs (like heart, brain, lungs) within our body [1]. The medullary cavity present in bone is involved in the production of blood cells as well as cells like hepatocytes and fibroblasts under specific conditions [2]. The inorganic calcium ions present in the bone regulate the serum level of calcium in the body [3]. Bones help us in movement as well as keep our body upright so we can move around. If there is any abnormality in the bones or in the joints, it hinders our ability to move around freely [4]. An adult human being has 206 bones present in the body which are linked to one another with the help of cartilage, tendon, and ligaments.

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