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001), menopause before baseline (HR?=?1.31, p? http://www.selleckchem.com/products/ch5424802.html and Ward's triangle (ANOVA p?=?.001). The most inactive quartile showed the highest relative 15-year proximal femoral bone loss in all three regions of interest, with a summed average of 5.1% compared with the second (3.4%), third (3.1%), and fourth quartiles (3.2%), whereas no differences at the lumbar spine were seen (Fig. 2). In adjusted analysis of (co)variance, PA showed a significant contribution to 15-year bone loss in all proximal femur regions (p? http://www.selleckchem.com/products/azd9291.html whereas no differences at the lumbar spine were seen. These differences persisted after including multiple adjusting covariates in the analysis. In our study cohort, subjects in each of the more http://www.selleck.cn/products/Everolimus(RAD001).html physically active quartiles had lower BMIs than their sedentary counterparts throughout the follow-up. Although higher BMI seemed to protect from wrist fractures in the multivariate model, it did not rule out the effect of PA as a risk factor. This is in agreement with the general consensus that PA prevents obesity and that obese people do not exercise as much as their slender counterparts. This study was designed to evaluate women with an ability to walk at least 1?km at some time point during the 15-year follow-up. We wanted to ensure the self-ambulatory status, regardless of any regular exercise, in order to study the subject's long-term habitual PA and related fracture risks. By excluding subjects with long-term severe ambulatory restriction, we think the association is less prone to bias concerning the number of self-ambulatory outdoor activities. This might have weighted the risk between PA and wrist fractures but made it possible to investigate the cohort's long-term habitual PA in a more equal setting. However, a typical type II error cannot be totally excluded in this sort of large-scale questionnaire-based study.