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While scientists have gathered data that links consumption of colas and coffee with loss of bone density, researchers are still looking for the reason why.
While you may be more at risk to develop osteoporosis as you get older, the good news is that you can take steps to avoid it.
Tailbone injuries are uncommon, but can be very painful. Learn whether you can actually break your tailbone and when you should see your doctor for tailbone pain.
The number of kids with vitamin D deficiency is alarming – and the number is going up. Find out how your child can get enough of this crucial nutrient.
If you don’t get enough calcium from your diet, your body can compensate by borrowing it from your bones. This can make your bones weak and brittle over time. However, a simple blood test can detect this condition, called hyperparathyroidism.
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