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Professor Connie Weaver, fax +1 765 494 0674, email email@example.com Ca is the major mineral in bone, and 99 % of the Ca in the body resides in the skeleton. Skeletal mass is a determinant of risk of fracture in childhood as well as adulthood. Over 40 % of adult peak bone mass is acquired during adolescence. This period is when lifestyle choices, including ensuring adequate dietary Ca, regular weight-bearing exercise and avoiding hormonal insufficiency, are especially important. Currentdoi:10.1017/s0029665100000331 fatcat:nlxihox46jb6pp5bm2nnlw6wj4