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By  Razzle_Dazzle_5  |  28

  ShroomsOnAcid  |  15

I'm not trying to start an argument, but milk/dairy does nothing for stronger bones. The whole thing was just a marketing strategy for the dairy industry. I'll leave it to everyone to research it for themselves. You can start by Googling osteoporosis and milk. Again, decide for yourself. There's no need to argue here.

  ShroomsOnAcid  |  15

71, It doesn't have much to do with the calcium content of milk. It's actually related to protein causing the release of calcium from your bones. This might sound outrageous to those brainwashed by the milk industry all these years, but again, if you'd research it, you'll find out. As I said, I have no intentions of arguing over this here, so if you think you have something to say, do yourself a favor and google it.

By  HannahMarshall  |  18

  Dracoboxer357  |  41

62- Damn, beat me to it. :p I was thinking of Mr.Glass from the movie Unbreakable, who had a form of Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Hope OP doesn't have any form of that, but he didn't actually say.....

By  ErinBeam  |  17

  ShroomsOnAcid  |  17

Actually, the comment is completely related. It's an assumption, so it's not a great comment, but it does make sense. Smokers tend to cough, and smoking is linked to decreased bone density and increase in osteoporosis. So, that's how it affects your ribcage.

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