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Osteoporosis: Take Action Now or Wait?

The American Recall Center (www.recallcenter.com) is an HONcode verified site that aims to provide the most comprehensive and up-to-date healthcare information as well as important drug and medical device recall information. 527 more words

Food Fridays


The weather has warmed up enough for me to, once again, engage in the pleasure of eating outside – especially on weekends. Barbeques are a summer staple for many reasons, including their adaptability to road trips, the… 364 more words

Menopause Recipes

Polifenol Sebagai Antioksidan

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Pembaca setia blog sekalian, sempena dengan promosi Vivix, perkongsian hari ini berkisar tentang polifenol. Pernah tahu pasal polifenol? Nak tahu pasal polifenol? Jom… 171 more words


Protein Revs Up Bone Stem Cells; Points Toward Future Osteoporosis Drug

Take a moment to feel your arm and wrist bones. They’re a lot more like solid rock than the soft stretchy skin that covers them. But bone is very much a living tissue continually being broken down and built back up in a process called bone remodeling. 421 more words


Bone mineral density was lower among coronary heart disease patients

University of Southampton says that scientists have discovered a link between coronary heart disease and osteoporosis, suggesting both conditions could have similar causes. In one of the first studies of its kind to use a special scanning technique, researchers found that people with a history of heart disease had substantially lower cortical volumetric bone mineral density in their wrist bone (the distal radius) than those without.  170 more words

Heart Complication

Running Essentials (Vol. 2)

One of the most frustrating injuries an athlete can suffer is that of a stress fracture.  This is caused by the accumulation of micro-traumas sustained within a period of time not sufficient for recovery, and can leave the individual unable to weight bear and left with few other options than the often dreaded rest. 673 more words

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