If you are in menopause before the age of 40, you have a higher fracture risk, even with calcium and vitamin D supplements, says a study.
A new study, published in theEuropean Journal of Epidemiology, suggests that people who lack magnesium in their diet may be at a higher risk of fractures
A recent case, reported in the Medico-Legal Journal, brings to light one such tragic incident where a 23-year old man with a hairline ankle fracture lost his life after his mother gave him a leg ...
Despite some criticism of bike helmets for not being protective enough, they do cut the risk of severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) by half when riders suffer a head injury, a U.S. study suggests.
A new study has discovered genetically modified lettuce plants which could stimulate the growth of bone-building cells and promote bone regeneration.
The study also stated that the risk of fracture partly reduced with higher intake of dietary calcium and dietary protein and when Body Mass Index (BMI) was taken into account.
For long, fluoride has been used to treat osteoporosis due to it's ability to increase bone mass. However, several recent studies have revealed that it may increase the risk of bone fractures, especially hip fractures. ...
Vitamin D supplements have no significant effect on preventing heart attack, stroke, cancer or bone fractures, according to a review of scientific evidence published Friday.Researchers led by Mark Bolland of the University of Auckland in ...
For World Osteoporosis Day 2016, we've listed foods that can lead to bone loss as well as what you should eat. After all, nutrition and osteoporosis are closely linked.
Older adults who take Vitamin D supplements along with specific dairy foods such as milk, yogurt and cheese may have higher bone mineral density in their spine, says a study.