Your bones give your body its shape, help you move, and support your body. Your bones also help protect your heart, lungs, and brain. Even though your bones feel hard and rigid, bones are living tissues that are constantly rebuilding themselves during your life.
Your bones need calcium, vitamin D, and weight-bearing physical activity to stay healthy and strong. If you don't have a healthy diet full of these bone-building nutrients and don’t get enough of certain kinds of exercise, your bones...Read more
Wouldn't it be fantastic if we could slow or even stop the progression of osteoporosis? Well the Best Bones ForeverTM web site, under the... Read more »
You're concerned about your bone health. Perhaps you've heard the worrisome statistics - that up to half of postmenopausal women, and a... Read more »
NASA sends mice into space for a unique study on osteoporosis. Astronauts lose bone mass while traveling in zero gravity, and a new... Read more »
Osteolysis or bone loss after total knee replacement (TKR) can be a problem. Tiny flecks of bone and debris from the backside of the implant lead to... Read more »
In order to stay strong, bones need load and compression spread evenly across the bone. When bone is removed and replaced with a hip prosthesis, the... Read more »
Doctors helping patients with hip replacements face a special problem. The use of some types of hip sockets can lead to bone loss around the implant.... Read more »