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Men less inclined to manage osteoporosis-2768

Men less inclined to manage osteoporosis

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More physical activity might prevent a million cases of obesity-2712

More physical activity might prevent a million cases of obesity

Between 1981 and 2009, obesity rates in Canada roughly doubled across all age groups and tripled for youth (ages 12-17), according to a new report, “Obesity in Canada.” The factors contributing to obesity are important because obesity is related to so many other illnesses.

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How effective is exercise for maintaining bone?-2684

How effective is exercise for maintaining bone?

Osteoporosis reduces both the quantity and quality of bone, which in turn increases the risk of fractures. Weight bearing exercise is a standard recommendation for preventing bone loss. A team of researchers was interested in examining whether exercise did prevent bone loss and fracture in postmenopausal women.

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Osteoporotic fractures slow while costs increase in Australia-2616

Osteoporotic fractures slow while costs increase in Australia

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Two new guidelines for osteoporosis screening and treatment-2459

Two new guidelines for osteoporosis screening and treatment

Two organizations have released updated guidelines for screening women for osteoporosis, which will give physicians and women another chance to communicate.

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Patients and doctors at odds on osteoporosis-2458

Patients and doctors at odds on osteoporosis

The International Osteoporosis Foundation estimates that osteoporosis affects 75 million people in Europe, the United States and Japan, and that one in three women and one in five men 50 years and older will experience an osteoporotic fracture.

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