With osteoporosis, it’s important to prevent falls and fractures. But that doesn’t mean sitting on the sidelines. Learn about living with and managing osteoporosis.
The most important nutrients for people with osteoporosis are calcium and vitamin D.
Dairy foods aren't the only ones rich in calcium. Try leafy greens, sweet potatoes and more.
It's never too late to start a bone-healthy exercise program, even if you already have osteoporosis.
Don’t believe the myth: osteoporosis and bone loss are not a normal part of getting older. You can prevent them by eating right, exercising more, and taking medications for your bones if you need to.
It’s extra important to avoid accidents if you have osteoporosis or osteopenia, since your bones are weaker, they can break more easily if you fall. Here’s how to protect yourself.
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