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Topic- Osteoporosis

 

Aquatic exercise benefits function, but not bone density-3584

Aquatic exercise benefits function, but not bone density

A group of 42 postmenopausal women with low bone mineral density, average age 66.8 years, exercised in an aquatic aerobics class twice a week for eight months.

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Osteoporosis

Fracture risk also reduced by vitamin D-3281

Fracture risk also reduced by vitamin D

For a meta-analysis of 11 randomized clinical trials, data on 31,022 people, average age 76, was pooled to examine their intakes of vitamin D supplementation in relation to risk of fractures. Participants had experienced 1,111 hip fractures and 3,770 nonvertebral fractures.

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Osteoporosis

Laughter and exercise good for the bones-3264

Laughter and exercise good for the bones

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Osteoporosis

Latin America warned to brace for more osteoporotic fractures-3232

Latin America warned to brace for more osteoporotic fractures

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Osteoporosis

Prevalence of osteoporosis in US-3203

Prevalence of osteoporosis in US

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Osteoporosis

Hip fracture occurrence highest in northern Europe-3155

Hip fracture occurrence highest in northern Europe

Prior to the Congress, the results of a global survey of hip fracture incidence were presented. According to provided background, fragility fractures (fracture resulting from daily activities, such as a fall from standing height), affect approximately one in three women and one in five men over the age of 50 worldwide

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