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Is it true that thinness can promote the onset of osteoporosis?

Yes, this is true. Indeed, and among many factors that promote the risk of developing osteoporosis, thinness may be one of them. First, let’s recall that thinness is defined, for a healthy adult, by a body mass index (BMI) that is below 18.5 (except in the cases of pregnant women, elderly people, high-level athletes, children, and people with serious illnesses) ...

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