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Osteoporosis 
The Fight Against Osteoporosis
Osteoporosis is a weakening and painful disease, caused by a nutritional deficiency. It can cause fractures of the spine and extreme pain for a long period of time. Bones are a living tissue and are constantly changing through bone forming and bone resorbing activity. As it is a living tissue, our bones are engaged in biochemical reactions that depend on ...

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Osteoporosis Can Change Your Life
A disease in which bones begin to lose their density leading to a significant increase in the risk for fracture bones, osteoporosis can lead to severe complications which increase both morbidity and mortality following bone fractures. The older you get, the more at risk you are for bone fractures and for the development of osteoporosis. With age bones ...

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How to Prevent Osteoporosis
If you do not know, osteoporosis is a disease that actually weakens your bones. This can cause a lot of bad health problems as you can guess. Things like fragile bones can make them a lot easier to break. However, osteoporosis is not a disease that you have to ...  Read More>>>
Treating Osteoporosis Naturally
Here's how it happens . . . Bone is made up of living tissue, mostly collagen, which forms a framework for the bone. Calcium is a mineral which is added to this framework to make the bone hard and strong. During childhood and teenage years, new bone is added ...  Read More>>>
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What are the Causes of Osteoporosis
There are three main osteoporosis risk factors. Each of these risk factors determines how likely you are to develop this bone disease. Age, gender and diet can all have an affect on your chances ...
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The Hidden Truth of Osteoporosis
Osteoporosis is a condition that is characterized by the loss of the normal density of bone, resulting in fragile bones, leading to abnormally porous bone that is compressible much like a ...
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