Find the latest information on osteoporisis, including risk factors, prevention tips, treatment, bone strengthening strategies, and more.
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An international group of more than 40 of the top bone health experts issued updated recommendations for osteoporosis treatment in seniors.
Read the science behind the connection between psoriatic arthritis and osteoporosis and osteopenia, as well as tips for preventing bone damage.
Recently diagnosed with osteoporosis? Here’s a guide to some common terms you should understand.
Get the facts about reducing your risk of osteoporosis, straight from the clinical director of the National Osteoporosis Foundation.
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.
Many fractures in older people are related to osteoporosis. Here are some simple things you can do to reduce your risk.
Several studies have suggested that osteoporosis — thinning bones — is associated with an increased risk for cognitive changes, dementia, and memory loss.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has reaffirmed its 2011 screening recommendations for osteoporosis, or bone loss, in women and men.
Researchers at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden have shown for the first time that probiotics – dietary supplements containing health-promoting bacteria – can promote bone health.