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.
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In addition to damaging your lungs, tobacco use is a significant contributor to pain throughout the body. Find out if smoking is hurting you more than you know.
A fruitarian diet, consisting mainly of fruits, is very restrictive. The diet offers some benefits but is also full of sugar and presents risks for your teeth, metabolism, nutrition and body weight.
Although osteoporosis overwhelmingly affects women, it’s not just a female problem. Osteoporosis affects more than half of U.S. adults, about a quarter of whom are men, according to the National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF). About 10 million U.S. adults have osteoporosis, the NOF reports. Another nearly 43 million U.S. adults – half of them men – have low bone mass. Osteoporosis is a disease in … Read More
If you have psoriatic arthritis, the inflammatory arthritis that occurs with the chronic skin condition of psoriasis, you also are at an increased risk for other conditions — from cardiovascular disease to diabetes to eye disease. “We know if a patient has psoriatic arthritis, it’s not just about treating the skin and the joints. It’s also diagnosing … Read More
Mom. We love you. And we know you care a lot about our well-being. That’s why we talked to some medical experts about your health advice — just to be sure we’re all on the same page. Special thanks to Michael Rabovsky, MD, for his insight on these matters.