Researchers study what changes training on bioDensity has on older diabetics. The subjects are elderly Chinese patients that also have type 2 diabetes. They in fact use progressive resistance training and osteogenic loading.
This study also focuses on how bioDensity helps elderly patients. It also looks at how power plate whole-body vibration affects adults from ages 65 to 90. They study how the strength, balance and also independence change for the subjects.
A pilot study looks at how bioDensity then affects HbA1C. They focus on osteogenic loading resistance exercises, for example, bioDensity. They also hold the study over a twenty-four-week period. The subjects of the study are pre-type 2 diabetics and are also aged between 40 to 92.
For this study, researchers look at how bioDensity changes bone mass density (BMD). The study focuses on postmenopausal women and is also done over a 24 week period.
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