Will the new recommendations affect your approach to osteoporosis screening and treatment? Scroll through our quick slideshow to get all the highlights.
A bisphosphonate drug holiday linked to a 20% rise in hip fractures in older women, according to a new study.
Browse new research on: diabetes agents preferred in osteoporosis patients, an alternative to BMI, and interventions that work for pediatric obesity.
Our May list includes a new treatment for osteoporosis, predictors of thyroid cancer recurrence, and fast-acting vs conventional insulin for T1DM.
A small pilot study is the first to report on bone health in people with an at least 50-year history of type 1 diabetes.
Our November list includes an injectable male contraceptive, resveratrol treatment for PCOS, and novel gene associated with Addison disease.
At ENDO 2016, researchers presented their findings on potential ways to prevent bone mass loss and possibly improve bone health.
In this video, Steven R. Goldstein, MD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at NYU, discusses new research he presented in October at the 25th annual North American Menopause Society meeting.
To get enough calcium for growing bones, each day you need to eat foods whose %Daily Value for calcium adds up to 120 percent. Because the amount of calcium in foods can vary, read the food label check the %DV for calcium in what you eat.
Dieting plus exercise may be better than either alone for improvement in physical function in older adults who are obese, according to research published in the March 31 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.