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  • Gregory Wilson

    I am really intrigued by this study but I am stuck on the semantics of the it. I think it is a little much to use the word "control". Biologically I don't think bones control your brain with the hormones, rather the bones influence the brain by inducing the hormone. Overall I agree with Hilary Newman, the solution provides a win/win situation.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Time to actually take my calcium...and I guess Vitamin K? Wondering if supplements actually work though. I've always debated that- I only think they work if you actually exercise and eat nutritious food because your body's cells don't absorb vitamins unless they're taking in a certain amount of nutrients and oxygen.

  • Hillary Newman

    Wow, really interesting. Even is their hypothesis isn't true, their solution -working out- can't help you. Sounds like a win/win!