Articles for topic: Osteoporosis
Women are more at risk of developing osteoporosis than men because the hormone changes that happen at the menopause directly affect bone density.
Whether you already have osteoporosis, or a risk of it, this advice will help.
Thought of as an older persons problem, osteoporosis is now a threat to the younger generation and it is their diet that could be to blame.
At menopause we need to take care of our bones to avoid potential risks from fractures and hormone balance is a key factor.
Osteoporosis is a serious condition and you can help improve your bones with some simple exercises.
You may know what osteoporosis is, but osteopenia is not so well recognised.
Part of staying healthy throughout life is to look after your bones, and here are some simple ways to do that.
Women at risk for osteoporosis and osteopenia can do a lot to help themselves, and diet is a good first step.
Osteoporosis is a risk at menopause so to keep your bones strong and healthy these foods are essential.
This condition affects over 3 million people in the UK with more than 500,000 receiving hospital treatment for fragility fractures every year.