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Did you know that a lack of quality sleep can harm your bone health? Here’s what you can do to combat the effects.
There's nothing like the feeling of spending time with your grandchildren. But when you have osteoporosis, how do you ensure quality time isn't hard on your bones?
While most women don't see the effects of osteoporosis until later in life, there are things you can do when you’re young to reduce the risk.
Exercise can help you maintain and build bone strength when you’re living with osteoporosis. Here’s how to build a safe routine that works for you.
Exercising at least twice a week is required to maintain bone health and prevent bone loss.
Here’s what you need to know about alcohol consumption and osteoporosis.
You can meet your needs for vitamin D and calcium by eating a variety of nondairy foods. Here are some to try.
Water buoys joints and muscles, so there’s less stress on the body as well as a reduced risk of falling.
If you are at risk for or have osteoporosis, you may be wondering if there’s any good reason to drink milk. Here’s a look at the controversy—and our advice.
I can hear middle-aged people saying now, "Osteoporosis is a woman’s issue." However, that statement is not telling the whole story. While it is fairly common knowledge that women have a high risk of developing this condition after the age ...