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Lifestyle And Osteoporosis

The ‘porous bone’ condition is a very common disease associated with post-menopausal women, while also occasional occurring in men. Here, the bones become fragile and are more likely to break than before. If not prevented or if left untreated, osteoporosis can progress painlessly until a bone breaks.

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Study Explores the Effect of Romosozumab in Osteoporosis
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Two Commonly Used Drugs for Erectile Dysfunction Could Treat Osteoporosis
PDE5A inhibitors, the drugs used in erectile dysfunction, could help in the formation of new bone and reduced removal of old bone. They could be used .....
Osteoporosis Drug may also Protect From Pneumonia
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World Osteoporosis Day: Focus on ‘Emotional Aspects’
Highlights:
  • World Osteoporosis Day is celebrated on 20th October every year
Prevention of Secondary Fractures in Adults 65+ With Osteoporosis Recommended
Secondary fracture among people aged 65 years and older linked with hip or vertebral fracture is a very serious complication associated with osteoporo.....


Top 10 Health Issues in Women
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Osteoporosis-Causes-Symptoms-Diagnosis-Treatment-FAQs
Osteoporosis is a bone disease that leads to an increased risk of fractures. The bone mass is reduced and the bones are porous, thereby resulting in weakness of the skeletal system of the body... Read More
Screening for Osteoporosis
The risk of suffering from osteoporotic fractures is 30-50% in women and 15 to 30% in men. Osteoporosis screening is currently recommended for women only. .. Read More
Osteopenia (Decreased Bone Density) - Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment
Osteopenia refers to less bone density in bones. If it is not taken care of, then it can result in osteoporosis. Treatment includes exercises, lifestyle changes... Read More
About Lifestyle and Osteoporosis
Encyclopedia section of medindia briefly explains about Lifestyle and Osteoporosis.. Read More
Surprising 8 Health Benefits of Green Smoothies
Green smoothies packed with health-promoting nutrients, antioxidants and phytochemicals are the best companions for a wholesome breakfast. Therefore, adding dark green leafy vegetables, fruits and vegetables to your smoothie can offer surprising benefits to your health... Read More
Fracture - Types - Causes - Symptoms - Diagnosis - Treatment - FAQs
A fracture is a condition where the continuity of the bone is lost. Majority of bone fractures occur because of high force impact or stress on a bone... Read More
Female Athlete Triad - Due to Extreme Dieting & Exercise among young Female Athletes
Female athlete triad is caused by extreme dieting and exercise usually among young women athletes and leads to abnormal menstruation, an unhealthy body and in extreme cases even death... Read More
Colles Fracture / Broken Wrist
Colles fracture or broken wrist is a wrist fracture, which occurs within an inch of the wrist joint. Colles fracture involves the forearm bone’s distal end of the radius... Read More
Foods that Negatively Affect Bone Density
Calcium and vitamin D are known to improve bone health. Most people are aware of the foods which promote bone health but are unaware of those that lower bone density leading to osteoporosis. .. Read More



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