The 2002 study 'Osteoporosis and Fractures in Postmenopausal Women Using Estrogen' by Heidi D. Nelson et al. explores the effect that estrogen replacement
New research shows that young and middle aged female athletes are often at a greater risk for osteoporosis, despite the beneficial effects of exercise on bone health.
Osteoporosis is a common post menopause condition which affects many women. However osteoporosis is not always identified by doctors
The addition of vitamin D3 to the diet has been shown to prevent the effects of osteoporosis and boost bone density in older women
Lee et al. 2002's study: 'Patterns of Pharmacotherapy and Counseling for Osteoporosis Management in Visits to US Ambulatory Care Physicians by Women' discusses the link between osteoporosis and menopause
Weakening of the bones is very common after the age of 50 and many women may find that osteoporosis increases the risk of bone fractures during this time. Osteoporosis can lead to painful
Wearing high heels may lead to the development of osteoporosis down the road, studies show
Osteoporosis to varying degrees is commonplace in men and women at midlife. Most lose between...
Many women seek solace from postmenopausal symptoms by taking estrogen replacement therapy. Among the many benefits provided by hormone replacement therapy
Osteoporosis is suffered by most women to some degree, post menopause. Unfortunately for some the weakening of the bones
Osteoporosis is a condition that lowers bone density and it currently affects around 17 to 23 million women over the age of 50 years in the United States
This investigation was intended to verify the safety and efficacy of fluoride in increasing spinal bone mass and lowering spinal fractures in older women with established osteoporosis