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Can A Fracture Kill You?

When you think of breaking your bones, you might not necessarily think of death. But don’t be mistaken: a broken bone can be life-threatening. Some can be more dangerous than others. And if you’ve got an existing condition like heart disease, kidney disease, or other complex health conditions, a fracture could be even more dangerous. ...click here to read more

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Hypertension May Be Linked to Significant Bone Aging: Study

It’s been known for a while that high blood pressure (hypertension) is linked to a greater risk of heart disease and stroke, but new research suggests it may also be connected to significant bone aging. The study, presented at the American Heart Association’s Hypertension Scientific Sessions 2022 conference, found that people with hypertension were more ...click here to read more

Vegans Should Lift Weights to Strengthen Bones

Plant-based diets can be good for your health and overall risk for disease, but they aren’t perfect. These diets are also associated with lower bone mineral density and an increased risk for fractures. But pumping iron may counteract these effects. New research from Austria – the home of legendary bodybuilder Arnold Schwarzenegger – shows that ...click here to read more

So, You’ve Started Pickleball…

If pickleball isn’t the great equalizer, it’s hard to say what is. The sport allows the young and old, professional and amateur, and men and women to all get on the court at the same time to play each other. It is the fastest-growing sport in America, and it’s become prevalent among older folks. It ...click here to read more

Is Humidity Affecting Your Arthritis?

Weather and arthritis pain have been associated for a long time. When it gets cold, rainy, humid, or the barometric pressure rises, many report that symptoms get worse. And now that much of the continent (and world) is in a humid heat wave, symptoms might be getting worse. Now the heat isn’t typically associated with ...click here to read more