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Osteoporosis is a skeletal disease in which bones become brittle and prone to fracture.
Cortisol replacement therapy can cause mood swings, ulcers, weight gain and osteoporosis.
He is also working on fullerenes that will deliver bone-building drugs for osteoporosis.
Because osteoporosis can occur with few symptoms, testing is important.
Multiple compression fractures from osteoporosis can be left alone if there are no nervous system problems or pain.
The science of osteoporosis and its resultant fractures has long been plagued by some vexing observations.
In these patients, the osteoporosis is treated with prescription medications and calcium supplements to prevent more fractures.
Osteoporosis causes bones to become thinner and occurs primarily in the elderly.
For osteoporosis treatment, see the article on osteoporosis.
But the drug has side effects: weight gain, menstrual irregularity, and it may contribute to osteoporosis.
Osteoporosis has been linked to the loss of teeth as well as broken hips.
The newest drug to fight osteoporosis has been shown to reduce by half the risk of broken hips.
Tea drinking also may help with weight control and help prevent osteoporosis.
Others that might make the leap in the next few years are drugs for asthma, osteoporosis and migraine.
In the case of osteoporosis treatment, the technology offered a way to deliver a medicine that normally requires daily injections.
Their side effects can include weight gain, osteoporosis, and diabetes.
The crippling symptoms of osteoporosis have become almost synonymous with old age.
Their heavy long-term use can promote osteoporosis--progressive bone disintegration.
In older adults, osteoporosis and osteoarthritis are also common.
Information on osteoporosis, prevention resources and links to organizations active in osteoporosis awareness and risk reduction.
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