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Early Detection and Intervention are Crucial to Stop the Progression of Bone Loss – How Biomarkers Can be Used to Improve Treatment of Osteoporosis

As you know from my book The Whole-Body Approach to Osteoporosis,(1) I am a strong advocate for working closely with your health care provider and using specific laboratory tests to gather critical information about your bone health. Both men and women begin to lose a small amount of bone mineral density in their mid-thirties. A [...]

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Becoming Anabolic in the Face of Osteoporosis – Even While Running 50 miles at the 2016 Pinelands Salomon Trail Running Festival

Reducing fracture risk is about more than just making bones denser with calcium. It is also about: 1) reducing chronic systemic inflammation, 2) staying strong and supple, and 3) remaining positive as you navigate through life.  As I was slogging through a 50-mile race in Maine a few days ago, I began to wonder if [...]

By |2019-05-13T17:43:34-04:00June 2nd, 2016|0 Comments