Osteoporosis Risk in Younger Women

Top of the page Osteoporosis Risk in Younger Women Topic Overview During childhood and teen years, new bone grows faster than existing bone is absorbed by the body. After age 30, this process begins to reverse. As a natural part of aging, bone dissolves and is...

Prolotherapy for Low Back Pain

Top of the page Prolotherapy for Low Back Pain Topic Overview Prolotherapy involves injecting a substance into the body to promote the growth of normal cells, tissues, or organs. There are three types of prolotherapy. The type used to treat joint pain is called...

Fibromyalgia: Managing Fibro Fog

Top of the page Fibromyalgia: Managing Fibro Fog Topic Overview “Fibro fog” is the name commonly given to the cognitive problems that can go along with fibromyalgia syndrome. These problems with concentration and memory can lead to confusion, losing your...

Hip Fractures: What Increases Your Risk

Top of the page Hip Fractures: What Increases Your Risk Topic Overview In older adults, hip fractures are usually caused by a fall. Even a slight fall can sometimes cause a fracture in a weakened hipbone. Children and young adults are more likely to break a hip...
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