Osteoporosis: How to Avoid It and How to Treat It

Osteoporosis is a silent disease that causes the bones to thin and weaken to a point where they break more easily, particularly the hip, spine and wrist. Why should YOU be concerned? What are the causes? How may it be prevented and treated? What are the risks and benefits of various medications? This article seeks to answer such questions based on recent research.

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How To Prevent Falls in Older People

The leading cause of injuries in older adults is falling. Falls can lead to loss of independence, early admission into long-term care facilities, disability, and even death. Learn how to prevent them before they happen.

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Preventing Hip Fracture: Do Supplements Help?

In 2012, calcium and vitamin D made headlines in the health world when many new studies on the effectiveness and safety of supplements were released. Read more about these nutrients and why you should or should not take supplements.

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Metal Hypersensitivity to TMJ Implant Materials

Hypersensitivity to TMJ implant materials is an issue that we are frequently hearing from TMJ patients. Metal hypersensitivity (or metal sensitivity) can be defined as an immune reaction that is triggered by specific cells of the body’s immune system in response to certain metals (like: nickel, cobalt, and chromium).

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