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Osteoporosis drugs tied to lower fracture risk and health costs

(Reuters Health) - Older women with osteoporosis who consistently ... 100 patients over the first 18 months after drugs were prescribed. “Osteoporosis medications can increase bone formation or decrease bone break down, resulting in increased bone ...

Source: Reuters
Published: 10 Aug 2018

Pre-Cancer Bone Health May Help To Predict Myeloma Outcomes

What we're finding out is that for people who have MGUS, it contributes to poor bone health development. We work closely with endocrinologists, so for people who have osteoporosis and MGUS together, we watch them a little more carefully and are screening ...

Source: Cure Today
Published: 14 Aug 2018

How women can improve their bone strength

Photograph: @jacquelinef143/Instagram Women undergoing menopause face serious health concerns including osteoporosis, decreased physical ... might counter the negative effects of menopause on bone and metabolic health. Moreover, the researchers believe ...

Source: rediff.com
Published: 11 Aug 2018

Soy diet can reduce osteoporosis risk in menopausal women, boost bone health

Women undergoing menopause face serious health concerns including osteoporosis, decreased physical activity and weight gain. In a new animal study, researchers from the University of Missouri have discovered that soy protein found in food might counter the ...

Source: Hindustan Times
Published: 08 Aug 2018

Soy may strengthen bones before and after menopause

Soy protein in food might be a way to counter the negative effects of menopause on bone health—and may also have benefits for women who haven’t yet reached menopause, a study with rats shows. Osteoporosis, decreased physical activity, and weight gain ...

Source: Futurity News
Published: 08 Aug 2018

Soy protein in food likely to counter menopause effects on bone health

Moreover, they believe that soy protein might also have positive impacts on bone strength for women who have not yet reached menopause. Osteoporosis, decreased physical activity and weight gain are serious health concerns for post-menopausal women.

Source: Food & Beverage News
Published: 13 Aug 2018

Seven ways to maintain strong bones

Until about the age of 30, our bodies are still building bone and the teenage years are the crucial period in this process – osteoporosis has been called ... exercise is vital in maintaining bone health throughout life. Running, brisk walking, weight ...

Source: The Guardian
Published: 13 Aug 2018

Asia-Pacific Osteoporosis Therapeutics Markets 2018-2024: CAGR is Projected to Grow at 5.9%

Osteoporosis is a silent epidemic and as per the WHO declarations, it is a priority health issue. Osteoporosis is a disruption of bone architecture and decrease in bone mass, leading to a number of complications including increased chances of bone ...

Source: PR Newswire
Published: 03 Aug 2018

Tofu, soy milk can boost bone strength in women

The study done on rats showed that those fed with soy had stronger tibia bones, which is an important part of both the knee joint and ankle joint. For postmenopausal women osteoporosis, decreased physical activity and weight gain are serious health concerns.

Source: The Statesman
Published: 09 Aug 2018

Soy diet may increase bone strength in women

Washington D.C. Aug 8: Women undergoing menopause face serious health concerns including osteoporosis, decreased physical activity ... food might counter the negative effects of menopause on bone and metabolic health. Moreover, the researchers believe ...

Source: New Kerala
Published: 08 Aug 2018

PolyU Develops Novel Self-fitting Scaffold for Bone Regeneration

With bone fracture becoming a rising worldwide health concern, especially for ageing societies ... Taking hip fractures from osteoporosis as an example, a latest study [[1]] projected that the number of annual new cases in Hong Kong, of 9,590 this year ...

Source: MarketWatch
Published: 15 Aug 2018

Build stronger bones with these 5 calcium-rich foods

These nutrients play an important role as you age and conditions like osteoporosis ... is needed for bone metabolism. Salmon: Fatty fishes like salmon are another great source of Vitamin D. According to the National Institute of Health, an 85g serving ...

Source: TheHealthSite
Published: 10 Aug 2018

One Out of Two Kids is Missing Out on Key Nutrients Critical for Their Health

Osteoporosis International ... 7 Golden NH, Abrams SAl. Optimizing Bone Health in Children and Adolescents. Pediatrics. 2014;134:e1229-e1243.

Source: Daily American
Published: 13 Aug 2018

Osteoporosis Drugs Market Enthralling Growth at USD 14,300 Million | by drug class Bisphosphonates, Calcitonins and More – Outlook Till 2022 by MRFR

drug induced osteoporosis, alcoholism and smoking, increased awareness and focus towards female health, rising prevalence of diseases, conditions and medical procedures that may cause bone loss such as cancer, autoimmune disorders, thalassemia, hormonal ...

Source: Medgadget
Published: 07 Aug 2018

Osteoporosis Drugs Or Progesterone?

How to help yourself Because osteoporosis is hard to diagnose until you have a bone break, if you have any family history or risk then it is best to have a bone scan to assess your bone health. As we have seen, bioidentical progesterone is the first step ...

Source: bio-hormone-health.com
Published: 02 Aug 2018

Postmenopausal Osteoporosis Therapeutics Market Latest Trends, Demand and Analysis 2015 - 2021

Persistence Market Research has announced the addition of the''Postmenopausal Osteoporosis ... the risk of bone fracture. Osteoporosis is one of the most common age related diseases worldwide and also represents a major public health problem.

Source: Digital Journal
Published: 04 Aug 2018

Do healthy older adults need regular health care visits?

Regular health care visits are the perfect opportunity to ... This test is recommended at 65 for women who have never broken a bone and who don't have other osteoporosis risk factors. For men, this test usually is recommended around 70 for those who ...

Source: WISC-TV
Published: 03 Aug 2018

Osteoporosis, fracture risk predicted with genetic screen

Osteoporosis, or porous bone ... as well as your weight and gender, also play a large role in bone health. Recently, genetic studies on large groups of individuals have shown that hundreds of genes are likely involved, each making its own small ...

Source: Technology
Published: 06 Aug 2018

New Genetic Tool to Predict Osteoporosis, Fracture

For athletes and military personnel, injuries affect not only their health but also their competitive ... According to Kim, the genetic algorithm for bone mineral density could also be used as a predictor of osteoporosis. He explained that genetic testing ...

Source: Orthopedics This Week
Published: 10 Aug 2018

Did you know? Soy diet may increase bone strength in women

Women undergoing menopause face serious health concerns including osteoporosis, decreased physical activity and weight gain. Moreover, the researchers believe that soy protein might also have positive impacts on bone strength for women who have not yet ...

Source: TheHealthSite
Published: 08 Aug 2018

Treatment for Ultra-rare Disease Alkaptonuria (Black Bone) Discovered

A drug named nitisinone was found to stop the progression of the extremely rare genetic disease alkaptonuria (AKU)also known as black bone disease ... salivary), fractures due to osteoporosis, ruptures (tendons, ligament, muscle) as well as heart valve ...

Source: Medindia
Published: 03 Aug 2018

Soy diets might increase women’s bone strength

Osteoporosis, decreased physical activity and weight gain ... “As such, understanding how dietary protein sources, such as soy, can impact metabolism and bone health in these rats can help us better understand how such diets might impact women’s ...

Source: Knowridge
Published: 08 Aug 2018

Radius Health Reports Second Quarter 2018 Financial and Operating Results and Provides Business Update

Aug. 07, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Radius Health, Inc. (“Radius” or ... U.S. anabolic market since the launch of TYMLOS. Bone building anabolic therapies can offer significant benefits to high risk osteoporosis patients and are increasingly recommended ...

Source: thenewsreports.com
Published: 07 Aug 2018

Love Your Bones: An Osteoporosis Workshop

Osteoporosis is the most common cause of fractures among older adults. Join Debra Jensen, PTA, of Stony Brook Southampton Hospital’s Department of Physical Therapy, for a workshop where she will discuss the common causes of osteoporosis fractures and the ...

Source: Hamptons
Published: 08 Aug 2018

Doctors are blasé about bone health, and it’s leading to more broken bones in the elderly

As a physician, what has disturbed me most is that both my grandmother and grandfather had the same primary care doctor, who never bothered to do bone density scans to see if they had osteoporosis. And it’s precisely the health care system’s failure to ...

Source: Vox
Published: 30 Jul 2018

Football can help boost bone health in elderly with prediabetes

Playing football can boost heart and bone health in untrained middle-aged and elderly people ... were diagnosed with femoral osteopenia and 24 per cent with femoral osteoporosis prior to the intervention. After 16 weeks of training, between-group changes ...

Source: The Statesman
Published: 31 Jul 2018

7 Lifestyle Choices You Will Definitely Feel in Your Bones

Weight-bearing exercise, even just walking, and strength training, are all important to bone health. Check out these scientist-approved ways to slash your osteoporosis risk. Eating too much protein can cause the kidneys to excrete more calcium which can ...

Source: Reader's Digest
Published: 01 Aug 2018

The Easiest Ways to Protect Your Bones if You’re Over 50

This nutrient also helps your body take in more calcium, which is vital for bone health. Chicken and fish are excellent sources here, but if you’re more plant-based, add in beans, quinoa, and tofu as substitutes. If osteoporosis runs in your family ...

Source: The Cheat Sheet
Published: 01 Aug 2018

Health Matters: 50 and Fit

health experts say as we age it’s important to stay active. “You want to maybe increase your weight-bearing exercise because we are also leaching the calcium and vitamin D from our bones, so this can also help to prevent osteoporosis or metabolic bone ...

Source: NBC2 News
Published: 23 Jul 2018