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A new study shows that using mental imagery can help preserve muscle strength following injury. Can the mind be used to heal bones?
Wrist fractures — common in middle-aged and older women — are an important sign that attention should be given to strengthening bone.
Two of my top concerns about the standard approach to bone health touch on isolating bone health and high doses of calcium as an answer.
According to a new study, getting optimal amounts of daily omega-3s in midlife is connected to lower fracture risk in women.
You should aim to get these 7 key nutrients every day to build bone strength, reduce bone loss and help keep you from fracturing.
Since many falls take place in the home, I suggest that you make fall prevention part of your spring cleaning routine.
Here's how you can make your first fracture your last fracture.
Researchers found that even low daily doses of vitamin D and calcium can significantly decrease fractures and certain cancers in women.
Dr. Brown shares tips to heal fractures more quickly.
Past use of HRT doesn't reduce long-term bone fracture risk.
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