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(US-ny) Perceived milk intolerance may weaken girls' bones

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    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Young girls who believe they are lactose-intolerant take in less calcium and have thinner bones than their peers who don t think
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      NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Young girls who believe they are
      lactose-intolerant take in less calcium and have thinner bones than
      their peers who don't think they had any trouble consuming dairy
      products, a new study shows.

      But when these girls were tested to determine if they actually did
      have difficulty digesting lactose, many did not.

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      full story:
      http://www.canada.com/topics/bodyandhealth/story.html?id=e5c7675d-5b50-40f4-a886-bdb87034a924&k=98547

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