Life style determinants of bone mineral density in Turkish women

Akın, Serhat
Atalay, F.
Karaoglan, B.
Kutsal, Y. Gokce
Dincer, G.
Hasanoglu, A.
Basaran, A.


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Life quality and rehabilitation after a road traffic crash: A literature review
Uzumcuoglu, Yesim; Özkan, Türker; Lajunen, Timo; MORANDİ, Anna; ORSİ, Chiara; PAPADAKAKİ, Maria; CHLIAOUTAKIS, Johannes (Elsevier BV, 2016-07-01)
Road traffic injuries continue to pose a worldwide threat to health and well-being of people. In European Union, for example, each year more than 25,000 people are killed and 1.4 million people are injured or disabled in road traffic crashes (RTCs). Additionally, families of RTC victims and their lives are affected emotionally, socially, psychologically, and economically. It should be noted that as in the beginning of 1990s, however, the majority of available literature is focused on the pre-RTC factors (e....
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S. Akın et al., “Life style determinants of bone mineral density in Turkish women,” 2007, vol. 18, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: