Getting the Jump on Osteoporosis During Puberty

You may recall a government study I posted that estimated more than HALF of Americans over the age of 50 could be at a greater risk for osteoporosis and severe bone problems by 2020, just 15 years away. Those numbers drew my attention to new research on calcium and bone development that suggests efforts to prevent osteoporosis, generally considered a geriatric disease among women, could actually start before puberty. Because most bone mass is accumulated during this phase of growth,...

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