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Latinos and Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis affects more people than breast, uterine and prostate cancer combined—that is one in two women and one in four men. Latinos are not excluded

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Walking and Bone Health

An analysis of several walking studies reports that walking as a “singular exercise” has no significant effect on bone density at the lumbar spine in

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Isoflavones are found in many of the foods we eat, particularly in beans, grains and soy products. They mirror the effects of estrogen on the

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Taking a Drug for Osteoporosis

There is very consistent and strong evidence that osteoporosis treatments decrease the risk of fractures by 30-70% in postmenopausal women who have osteoporosis (very low

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Fracture Risk

Bone density is only one part of the story We have long known that there are factors other than bone density that affect a person’s

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