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Osteomalacia makes a body bend and break. Learn more about this “soft bone” disease.
WebMD answers your questions about bone health and preventing osteoporosis.
WebMD explains bone weakness, or osteoporosis, in men.
Children and teens can get osteoporosis -- called juvenile osteoporosis - that can make their bones prone to fracture. Learn more from WebMD about its causes and treatment.
Are you at risk for osteoporosis, or weakening of the bones? Learn more from WebMD about causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of the condition.
A regular program of walking, and strength and flexibility training can help improve osteoporosis and prevent its onset. WebMD tells you more about bone-strengthening exercises.
Spinal compression fractures -- often caused by osteoporosis -- are a bigger problem than many people realize. Learn more.
To help prevent spinal compression fractures, build stronger bones. Learn more about osteoporosis, nutrients like calcium and Vitamin D, and exercise.
When you have osteoporosis, a fall can lead to broken bones. We’ve got tips on how you can stay upright.
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