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You suffered a broken toe that quite possibly did not heal as it should have or either it is not fully healed. When it first happened, did you...
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In my opinion, chiropractic adjustments will have little or no curative effect on either of these conditions. A child or teenager with scoliosis...
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The simple answer: Osteoporosis is the demineralization or thinning of bone, often seen as people age. This can make them more prone to fractures...
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First, I just want to clarify that none of the medications you mentioned are used to prevent bone cancer. They are used to prevent or reverse...
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I'm sorry you're going through this. Navigating the health care system can be very frustrating, indeed!Let me start by saying osteoporosis...
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A number of exciting treatments for osteoporosis are in the works. Some are improvements on old approaches, while others are wholly new. One new...
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Your genes can play a big role in your risk of developing osteoporosis. For instance, studies show that if your parents had a history of bone...
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The various medicines used to treat osteoporosis work in different ways. The various medicines used to treat osteoporosis work in different ways...
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Unfortunately, medicines for osteoporosis -- like any drugs -- can cause side effects. Before you start taking any medicine, your doctor should go...
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Getting the right osteoporosis medication depends on a lot of things: your health, your age, how advanced your osteoporosis is -- even your gender...
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Most treatments for osteoporosis -- like bisphosphonates and SERMS -- work by slowing down the process of bone loss. Since your body is always...
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Although osteoporosis is often thought of as a disease that only affects women, about 20% of cases are in men. But osteoporosis in men is often...
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