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Pam Flores

Pam Flores, Health Guide

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Patient Blogger, wife, advocate, and caregiver

Does Weight Loss Cause Bone Loss?

Is dieting part of your New Year’s resolution?  Maybe you received a new DVD for Christmas on yoga or Tai Chi or maybe you just want to walk or continue running daily since we need weight bearing exercise to keep our bones... Read moreChevron

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PJ Hamel

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Author, breast cancer survivor

Are Medical Bills Impacting Your Life?

Our mission here at HealthCentral is to help you deal with not just your health challenges, but everything surrounding them – from emotional stress to workplace issues to coping with everyday life. 

 

This Thursday, Jan. 29, we invite you to log on to Twitter and join our #HealthTipsChat on managing health-care... Read moreChevron

PJ Hamel

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Author, breast cancer survivor

Vitamin D: What’s Your Optimum Daily Dose?

Health claims for vitamin D have rocketed over the past decade, with studies showing evidence that sufficient vitamin D in your daily diet can do everything from increase cardiovascular health to reduce cancer risk. Not all vitamin D health claims are legitimate; many have yet to be proven over time. But one thing we know: vitamin D is an... Read moreChevron

Pam Flores

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Patient Blogger, wife, advocate, and caregiver

6 Medicines that May Cause Bone Loss

Bone loss and osteoporosis can be caused by many things like family history, menopause, body type race and other genetic attributes.  We can also acquire it from many types of medical disorders and also from medications known to cause bone loss.  Medical... Read moreChevron

Christina Lasich, MD

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Specialist in Pain Management and Spine Rehabilitation

Tai Chi for Osteoporosis

Falling is one of the worst things that can happen to you if you have osteoporosis. The impact of a fall can easily break weakened bones. Such injuries lead to pain, disability and possibly death. The fear of falling leads to inactivity, dependence and isolation. By reducing your risk of falling, you will be able to confidently engage in life... Read moreChevron

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