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5 symptoms you should never ignore

If you’re over the age of 50, then bone health is a serious concern—even more so if you’re a woman. When a person develops osteoporosis, their bones become weak and brittle, which increases the risk of fractures. Osteoporosis also negatively impacts mobility and can lead to isolation and depression. Osteoporosis is often called “the silent here to read more

Men: You should be worried about your bone health

When you hear about osteoporosis, the conversation is commonly surrounding women because they more commonly experience the bone disease. But this doesn’t mean that men are immune to weak bones. A new study not only reiterates that men can develop osteoporosis, but that the bone disease is actually far deadlier in men than women. Osteoporosis here to read more


Make your bones stronger by following this diet

The risk of osteoporosis increases as we age, especially for women – so, how can we combat this? While there are medications on the market designed to improve bone health, some studies suggest that following the Mediterranean diet could help reduce inflammation and aid in preserving bone strength. The Mediterranean diet has already been linked here to read more

Osteoporosis update: Risk of osteoporosis, natural remedies, coronary heart disease

Below you will find articles on osteoporosis, including the risk of osteoporosis, natural remedies, and the link between osteoporosis and coronary artery disease. You will uncover how you can reduce your risk of osteoporosis and improve bone density, learn about supplements that can aid in osteoporosis, and much more. Improve bone density and reduce the here to read more

At-risk patients for osteoporosis not receiving proper evaluation

A new study has found that many patients at risk for osteoporosis and bone fractures do not receive proper evaluation and subsequent treatment. Current guidelines suggest that all postmenopausal women over the age of 50 be evaluated for osteoporosis which entails a detailed medical examination and clinical fracture risk assessment. Women are particularly susceptible to here to read more

Osteoporosis risk in women linked to subjective well-being, a factor for higher bone density

Osteoporosis risk in women is linked to subjective well-being, a factor for higher bone density. Osteoporosis is a bone disease that leads to the loss of bone mineral density, which makes the bones weak and increases the risk of fractures. This condition is often seen among older adults, especially in women. The researchers found that here to read more

In osteoporosis, natural probiotic supplement can help build healthier bones: Study

In osteoporosis, natural probiotic supplements can help build healthier bones. The findings come from Michigan State University where researchers found that a natural probiotic supplement given to male mice helped promote stronger bones. The same results were not rendered in female mice.  Lead author Laura McCabe said, “We know that inflammation in the gut can here to read more

Osteoporosis and fracture risk in male smokers higher than in women

In a recent study involving smokers with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), researchers observed that middle-aged and elderly men were at a higher risk of developing low bone density, osteoporosis, and vertebrae fractures than their women counterparts. The study, published online in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society, used smoking history and COPD as here to read more

Osteoporosis medications can cause small risk of thigh bone fractures: Study

Osteoporosis medications can cause a small risk of thigh bone fractures, according to a new study. Fifth coauthor Patrick Strotman said, “Attempts to medically manage osteoporosis have created a new ‘atypical’ fracture pattern that must be recognized and managed appropriately.” The osteoporosis drugs in question are known as bisphosphonates and are typically taken to increase here to read more