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Straight, No Chaser: Bone Health and Osteoporosis

A big deal is made about elderly individuals breaking bones – and reasonably so. Bone health is kind of important, given that you need your bones to stand and move around! 678 more words

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Osteoporosis and Women: How to Prevent Weak Bones

Osteoporosis is a medical condition in which the bones become brittle and fragile from loss of tissue, typically as a result of hormonal changes, or deficiency of calcium or vitamin D. 499 more words

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Sunday Evening in May

It’s Sunday night, which is one of my favorites in retired life.  I take Mondays off.  I don’t need to get up early in the morning even though I do it anyway.   672 more words

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Some women prepare much of their life for children while others, it just happens. I belong in the first category (although there is absolutely nothing wrong with the second). 879 more words

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Agenda 21: The Fluoride Lie. SIOI.JPP15

Stop Insulting Our Intelligence. Agenda 21 collusionists within prior governmental EPA,FDA administrations and municipalities using fluoride are fomenting our untimely death, and they don’t care one iota about our teeth. 663 more words

Getting older? If this includes you, it's probably important to know about osteoporosis screening.

What exactly is osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis defined as the deterioration of bone tissue, causing a much lower density of the bone. This weakens the structure of the bones, making them susceptible to fractures especially of the hip, back, wrist and shoulder. 598 more words

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