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A global report from the International Osteoporosis Foundation has called for urgent action to improve bone care among postmenopausal woman, in order to safeguard the health of future generations.
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Flat and flexible mobility shoes can help to reduce the weight placed on the fragile joints of knee osteoarthritis, according to a US study.
Older men with sarcopaenia and osteopaenia/osteoporosis have a much higher fracture risk than can be seen with either condition alone, according to a new study.
US scientists have identified a powerful new anti-inflammatory mechanism that could lead to the development of new oral therapies for conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and atherosclerosis.
Calcium and vitamin D supplements have been shown to be safe methods of improving bone health in two new studies, allaying fears that these supplements pose heart health risks.
Binge drinking has been shown to have a negative impact on bone healing on a cellular and molecular level, a finding that could open the door for new means of accelerating healing following fractures.
People with gout are twice as likely to suffer from heart attacks or strokes, according to a UK study of more than 205,000 patients.
Creatine supplements may help women with fibromyalgia regain lost muscle strength.
Surgical treatment for anterior cruciate ligament injuries can greatly reduce a person's risk of going on to suffer from knee osteoarthritis.
The severity of knee osteoarthritis plays a key role regarding the factors that predict pain.