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Petter Fagerberg

, C. , Kelleher , G. , Byrne , B. , Tormey , W. , … Warrington , G.D. ( 2012 ). An altered hormonal profile and elevated rate of bone loss are associated with low bone mass in professional horse-racing jockeys . Journal of Bone and Mineral Metabolism, 30 ( 5 ), 534 – 542 . PubMed doi:10

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Chad Seifried, Tiffany E. Demiris, and Jeffrey Petersen

for about $9,500 (i.e., $266,220 in 2020) by like-minded civic leaders (i.e., Texas Cotton Palace Association) on twelve acres at the intersection of Clay Avenue and South 13th Street. The rebuilt wood complex provided a large main hall and supported a 10,000-seat horse-racing track, where football

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Sarah Kelly and Michael Ireland

, and for nonalcohol-sponsored sports this was a nonalcohol company (ie, Kia and Lexus car brands for Australian Open tennis and the Melbourne Cup horseracing carnival). For participants primarily exposed to sports featuring alcohol sponsorship, the results were consistent with the hypothesized

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engaged by horse-racing jockeys are suggested to impair physiological and mental health. Despite the unsatisfactory bone condition among jockeys, population-specific intervention programs to improve their bone health and nutritional habits are rare. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of