Osteoporosis

How Just Getting Older Affects Osteoporosis

New research sheds some light on how – and why – aging affects osteoporosis and what you are able to do about it.

Common Thyroid Drug Increases Risk of Bone Fractures in Women

Many women suffer from underactive thyroid, but a common drug taken to relieve it can have serious effects on bone strength according to a recent study for the British Medical Journal.

June Is Osteoporosis Month

The cause of the disease is still not fully understood, but research continues to build up a picture of the factors that influence our bone health. Article and he links to our other osteoporosis features.

Better Bone Health With The Two T’s

Green tea and Tai Chi have both been found to enhance bone health and reduce inflammation in postmenopausal women in a recent study.

Osteoporosis and Cancer Prevention May Get Help from Key Largo Reefs

Repairing injured and deteriorating bone from osteoporosis and cancer treatment may have help from a component found in coral reefs.

Coffee and the Prevention of Osteoporosis by Dr Sarah Schenker

You may have heard that too much coffee is a bad thing, but nutritionist Sarah Schenker offers an alternative view of both coffee and green tea’s role in bone health.

Adult Osteoporosis Risk Linked to Onset Age at Puberty

The Saban Research Institute of the Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles found that the age when a child enters puberty is the primary influence on their bone mineral density, or bone strength, as an adult.

FDA issues new warning on long term use of osteoporosis drugs

Following a previous article on the benefits of taking a ‘holiday’ from such drugs there are now two new concerns.

Give Osteoporosis Drugs A Holiday To Help Them Work Better

A study conducted at Loyola University Osteoporosis and Metabolic Bone Disease Center in Chicago has found that bone density remained stable for three years in patients who took a drug holiday from bisphosphonates.

What Every Woman Needs To Know About Osteopenia and Osteoporosis

Many women are concerned about the risk of osteoporosis, particularly after a hysterectomy and during menopause. This is when the bones are at risk if there is not sufficient progesterone being produced to provide essential bone building conditions and these are key facts that women need to know.

 
 
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