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It’s common knowledge that osteoporosis, a disease that causes the skeleton to weaken and bones to break, affects women. But did you know that 1.5 million men older than age 65 have osteoporosis — and another 3.5 million are at risk?
Incorporating yoga into a regular exercise routine that also includes strength training can be beneficial for those who want to maintain and build bone.
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.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our “Short Answer” series. Women’s health specialist Holly L. Thacker, MD, answers this one.
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.
Talk with your healthcare provider about what you should do, based on your unique medical history.