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Calcium Foods

Calcium Foods

Sunday, January 17, 2010 11:29

Of all the body’s minerals, calcium is the most important. We would all be jellyfish without it. It not only gives your bones their sturdiness (as steel does for buildings), but it also serves as a vital participant in innumerable bodily chemical reactions. It helps muscles contract, ...

Fracture Risk

Fracture Risk

Sunday, October 4, 2009 9:24

In addition to the density of your bones, a host of other factors contribute to your risk of fractures, the most serious concern related to having low bone density. So no matter what your bone scan shows, be aware of and control to the extend ...

Low Bone Density Safety Proofing

Low Bone Density Safety Proofing

Sunday, October 4, 2009 9:07

For those who already have bone density low enough to increase their fracture risk, there is another important level of risk reduction. Safety proofing your home to reduce the risk of falls or other accidents that might provoke a fracture. If this steps don't concern you ...

Healthy Bones

Healthy Bones

Tuesday, September 29, 2009 16:58

You can wind up with low bone density two different ways. One, you could have an acceleration loss of bone mass, which is what happens to women at menopause. Or you could have slowed bone growth. The latter is currently harder to deal with. We are better at ...

Heal Carpat Tunnel Syndrome

Heal Carpat Tunnel Syndrome

Sunday, May 17, 2009 15:04

Carpat Tunnel Syndrome has been dubbed the disease of the computer age. It's common among people who spend their days pecking away at a word precessing keybord. Some people have it for years, but they just don't know what it is. In fact , just about  anyone ...