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Women Who Drink Milk May Delay Knee Osteoarthritis

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Photo: Woman drinking a glass of milk [07/04/2014] New research reports that women who frequently consume fat-free or low-fat milk may delay the progression of osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee. Results show that women who ate cheese saw an increase in knee OA progression. Yogurt did not impact OA progression in men or women. Women Who Drink Milk May Delay Knee Osteoarthritis - Read more

Automated System Could Efficiently Identify High-Risk Osteoporosis Patients

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[29/01/2014] An automated system that identifies high-risk osteoporosis patients being treated for fractures and can generate letters encouraging follow-up is an effective way to promote osteoporosis intervention and prevent future fractures, according to Penn State College of Medicine researchers.Automated System Could Efficiently Identify High-Risk Osteoporosis Patients - Read more

Osteoporosis: 22 Million Women Over 50 Affected in the EU

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[11/12/2013] A recent report issued by the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) estimates that more than 22 million women aged between 50-84 years in the European Union (EU) have osteoporosis.Osteoporosis: 22 Million Women Over 50 Affected in the EU - Read more

Elderly: Exercise Program Helps Reduce Pain and Improve Mobility

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Photo: Man and woman exercising [08/11/2013] Collaborative study reveals novel finding that aerobic exercise results in increased hippocampal volume, increased connectivity and improved memory in persons with Multiple Sclerosis.Elderly: Exercise Program Helps Reduce Pain and Improve Mobility - Read more

Osteoporosis: Major Threat to Women and their Future Independence

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[14/10/2013] According to a new report, women may expect to live longer but their quality of life will be seriously jeopardized if action to protect their bone health is not taken. Postmenopausal women are the most vulnerable to osteoporosis and fractures. Osteoporosis: Major Threat to Women and their Future Independence - Read more

Physical Exercise in the Fight against Osteoporosis

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Photo: Elderly woman exercising [13/05/2013] Montserrat Otero, PhD holder in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences of the UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country, has designed a physical exercise program which is based on very basic, rudimentary materials and which significantly improves upper and lower limb strength as well as static and dynamic balance in women with postmenopausal osteoporosis. Physical Exercise in the Fight against Osteoporosis - Read more

Exercise in Early Twenties May Lower Risk of Osteoporosis

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[05/03/2012] Physical exercise in the early twenties improves bone development and may reduce the risk of fractures later in life, reveals a study of more than 800 Swedish men carried out at the Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.Exercise in Early Twenties May Lower Risk of Osteoporosis - Read more

Obesity Hormone Increases the Risk of Osteoporosis

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[25/11/2011] While obesity is a well-known cause of cardiovascular disease, research from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, has now revealed that the body's obesity hormones – adiponectin - are also linked to osteoporosis and an increased risk of fractures.Obesity Hormone Increases the Risk of Osteoporosis - Read more

Blame Backbone Fractures on Evolution, Not Osteoporosis

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[31/10/2011] Osteoporosis is blamed for backbone fractures. The real culprit could well be our own vertebrae, which evolved to absorb the pounding of upright walking, researchers at Case Western Reserve University say.Blame Backbone Fractures on Evolution, Not Osteoporosis - Read more

Osteoporosis, Low Bone Density Common in People with Early-Stage MS

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[07/09/2011] Osteoporosis and low bone density are common in people in the early stages of multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a new study of Oslo University Hospital Ulleval in Norway.Osteoporosis, Low Bone Density Common in People with Early-Stage MS - Read more

 
 

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