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My family has a history of osteoporosis. Is it genetic? How much does my family history increase my risk?
Women whose ovaries stop normal functioning before they are 40 are at higher than normal risk of osteoporosis or brittle bones.
Getting a good night's sleep is merely a dream for those with obstructive sleep apnea, as the ability to breathe is too frequently interrupted due to blocked airways.
There may be a link between asthma and bone loss.
There is conflicting evidence in the April 2014 British Medical Journal, where two papers found that Vitamin D supplementation did not increase bone mineral density in those who have ...
I'm 21 years-old and have Osteoporosis (long story). I was diagnosed a few years ago.
I often do weight training exercises that are an hour long 3-5 days a week.
Osteoporosis is a disease that occurs when the body stops producing enough new tissue to keep bones dense and strong.
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According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF), approximately nine million adults in the U.S.
I WANT TO TELL ALL that if you think that taking tons of calcium is going to re build bones it wont.
Sunday was Mother’s Day and many were celebrating with cards, calls, flowers and brunch to honor the women in their lives.
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