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Knowledge, Beliefs, and Behaviors Among College Women Concerning the Prevention of Osteoporosis

Mark J. Kasper, EdD; Margaret G. E. Peterson, PhD; John P. Allegrante, PhD; Theresa D. Galsworthy, RN, ONC; Bernard Gutin, PhD

Arch Fam Med. 1994;3(8):696-702.

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