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Having RA increases your risk of getting osteoporosis and suffering fractures from it. Here’s what you need to know.
Recently diagnosed with osteoporosis? Here’s a guide to some common terms you should understand.
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.
Fragility fractures affect up to one-half of women and one-third of men over age 50, but there are steps you can take to help prevent them.
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.
As you age, you may lose up to a half an inch of height every decade. Here’s why.