osteoporosis

A recent research review took a look at some common conceptions about how various lifestyle factors affect bone health. It turns out most of them seem to be correct.
A new study shows squats might have yet another health benefit - improved bone health in women with osteoporosis and osteopenia.
Cycling might be good for your cardio, but is it bad for your bone health? New research shows cyclists have below average bone density. But there are things you can do to combat this and stay healthy.
Preventing bone loss for women doesn't have to be require medication. New research shows physical activity increases IGF-1 levels and decreases sclerostin, a known bone-growth inhibitor.
New research shows osteoporosis doesn't just affect women - it affects men, as well - and one of the best ways to combat it is with load-bearing sports starting from a young age.
Bone loss may be a normal part of the aging process, but it doesn’t have to cause problems. Prevent accelerated bone loss and related conditions with these four simple steps.