The older you get the more likely you are to suffer from bone fractures - a bone density scan could help you identify the early signs of this possibility.
The age of menopause often coincides with increased dental health problems. Is that contributory or coincidental?
As the 20th October is World Osteoporosis Day I am playing my part in raising awareness of this condition...
The most important long term result of reduced oestrogen levels involves the effects on your skeleton, so in this post I discuss menopause and osteoporosis
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