New study claims lifelong health changes prevent osteoporosis

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Osteoporosis: Normal bone vs bone with osteoporosis (Source; OnHealth)

New information from researchers at the University of South Australia’s School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences shows that regular doses of vitamin D and calcium are the best prevention measure against osteoporosis.

Women are more likely to suffer from Osteoporosis due to estrogen loss during menopause.

But gaining just a 10 per cent increase in peak bone mass by the end of adolescence can reduce a woman’s chance of fracture after menopause by 50 per cent.

 

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