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Pam Flores

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New Warning on Milk: Does it Cause Fractures and Early Mortality?

For years doctors and nutritionists have recommended drinking milk since it’s a good source of calcium which we need to keep our bones and bodies healthy.  But a new study suggests that getting more than 8 ounces of milk, 3 times a day, can increase a women’s risk of dying at an early age and suffering from hip and Read moreChevron

posted 10/30/2014, comments (0)|
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A physicians group composed of America's top orthopedic doctors, formed to elevate bone health. www.bonehealthnow.com

You Need Consistent Calcium Each and Every Day: How to Achieve It

Calcium plays a huge role in your bone health from helping new bone form to maintaining strong, healthy bones. Its primary role is in making bone hard by improving bone density. Also, in people who are recovering from a fracture or bone injury, calcium comes into play in the later stages of bone healing as your bones recover... Read moreChevron

posted 10/24/2014, comments (0)|
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A physicians group composed of America's top orthopedic doctors, formed to elevate bone health. www.bonehealthnow.com

A DXA scan does not tell you everything you need to know about your bones

The DXA scan is used to identify people at risk for broken bones and osteoporosis, but the DXA scan only measures one part of bone health – bone density. That’s because a DXA scan hones in on calcium content. Calcium in bone is an inorganic mineral and thus quite weighty. A DXA scan sees weight as a sign of improved bone density,... Read moreChevron

posted 10/17/2014, comments (0)|
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A physicians group composed of America's top orthopedic doctors, formed to elevate bone health. www.bonehealthnow.com

The Connection Between Stress and Your Bones

Reducing stress is crucial to bone health as well as to our general health. Short-term stress releases chemicals into the bloodstream, and in particular the hormone cortisol, that give the brain and the body a temporary boost. But if stress is prolonged, cortisol starts working against your physical and mental wellbeing.... Read moreChevron

posted 10/17/2014, comments (0)|
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How Many People Are Affected By Osteoporosis (INFOGRAPHIC)

Here is a breakdown of some essential stats to know about osteoporosis.

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posted 10/14/2014, comments (0)|

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