Drinking Takes Toll on Bones of People With HIV: Study

Clara T. Fryman

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FRIDAY, March six, 2020 (HealthDay News) — Any volume of alcoholic beverages usage increases the possibility of osteoporosis in individuals with HIV, a new report indicates.

Scientists analyzed knowledge from a extensive-phrase examine of 198 individuals with HIV and a existing or previous alcoholic beverages or drug use problem.

In these individuals, any alcoholic beverages usage was linked with decreased degrees of a protein included in bone formation, placing them at enhanced possibility of the bone-thinning disease, osteoporosis, the Boston University (BU) researchers reported.

“We did not locate an volume of alcoholic beverages usage that appeared ‘safe’ for bone fat

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