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PJ Hamel

PJ Hamel, Health Guide

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Breast cancer survivor, author, volunteer, support group founder/leader

Cancer Hormone Drugs and Bone Loss: Beware Hidden Damage

Did you know hormone therapy to prevent breast cancer recurrence can lead to bone loss? Here’s how to approach this serious issue.

 

Breast cancer treatment can be a long process – if you’ve been through it, I’m preaching to the choir here, right?

 

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Pam Flores

Pam Flores, Health Guide

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Patient Blogger, wife, advocate, and caregiver

The Best Fortified Foods for Calcium and Vitamin D

Some manufacturers add nutrients into their products like, calcium and vitamin D.  If you are trying to get most of your vitamin D and calcium from your diet, you may want to include foods that are enriched with these nutrients to provide additional nourishment to your daily consumption of these bone-building and preserving... Read moreChevron

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Pam Flores

Pam Flores, Health Guide

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Patient Blogger, wife, advocate, and caregiver

Dos and Don'ts On Choosing The Best Calcium Supplement

Calcium is one of the many nutrients we need to take to keep our bones strong.  Getting calcium from our diet is preferred, but what if you need to supplement as well?  Calcium comes in carbonate, citrate, lactate, phosphate, bone meal, oyster shell and others.  All these varying sources of calcium can make your choice... Read moreChevron

Pam Flores

Pam Flores, Health Guide

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Patient Blogger, wife, advocate, and caregiver

Top Ten Questions To Ask When Diagnosed With Osteoporosis

You’ve just recently been diagnosed with bone loss and you have no idea what to do next.  Here are questions you should ask your doctor after you receive a diagnosis of osteopenia or osteoporosis.

  • Is my bone loss a result of heredity?  If your bone loss is a result of heredity, you can’t... Read moreChevron
Christina Lasich, MD

Christina Lasich, MD, Health Pro

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Specialist in Pain Management and Spine Rehabilitation

Exercise Guidelines for Osteoporosis

The human body is designed to move.  Years ago humans spent hours on a daily basis hunting for food, gathering food and moving from one location to the next.  Nowadays, we spend hours sitting in front of a computer, lounging on couches, or riding in our automobiles.  Thus, an exercise program is meant to restore activity and... Read moreChevron

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