This is a condition with no warning symptoms and has been dubbed ‘the silent killer.’ With proper care, and the right information, bones can be kept strong and even rebuilt.
Dame Dr Shirley Bond | January 11, 2017 | 6 comments
The same two-pronged approach can help both moods and maintaining and building strong, healthy bones.
AnnA Rushton | November 14, 2016 | 6 comments
One of the delights of my job is hearing from experts in the field of bioidentical hormones. Dame Dr Shirley Bond is one of the most experienced practitioners worldwide and comments on a new report in The Times.
AnnA Rushton | September 26, 2016 | 0 comments
Like most menopausal symptoms, joint pain is typically caused by hormonal imbalance. Here are some self help measures you can apply.
AnnA Rushton | April 18, 2016 | 2 comments
If you are vulnerable to osteoporosis though family history, or risk factors, it can be helpful to know the best dosage whether your are peri or post menopause. Dame Dr Shirley Bond has had many years experience in prescribing bioidentical hormones and offers some guidelines that can help.
Dame Dr Shirley Bond | March 9, 2016 | 6 comments
A nice cup of tea can help with all kinds of things, but could it actually help you with the bone loss that has no visible symptoms?
AnnA Rushton | February 22, 2016 | 1 comment
Bone renewal and building requires both progesterone and oestrogen, but soy is not the only answer.
AnnA Rushton | December 4, 2015 | 0 comments
Osteoporosis can be deadly, it is not known as the ‘silent killer’ for nothing, and at menopause as hormone levels change the bone building benefits of progesterone can be lost. Heart disease is also a major health threat at menopause and they have more in common than you would think.
AnnA Rushton | October 16, 2015 | 0 comments
Most women naturally put on a few pounds at menopause, but new research says its highly important just where it lands or you could be increasing your risk for osteoporosis.
AnnA Rushton | August 10, 2015 | 1 comment
Antidepressants have previously been linked to an increased risk for miscarriage, stroke and reduced effectiveness of breast cancer drugs. A new report shows they can also affect your osteoporosis risk.
AnnA Rushton | July 27, 2015 | 0 comments