New Wall Street Journal Article on the Benefits of Bisphosphonates Outweighing the Risks for Many Patients »

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The Wall Street Journal recently published an article detailing the benefits of bisphosphonates outweighing the risks for many patients. Text from the full article is included below. View the original article with graphics and visuals. More Support for Osteoporosis Drugs: The benefits of bisphosphonates outweigh the risks for many patients, according to new research and… Read more »

Listen to Your Bones »

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This article from the October issue of Dr. Oz Magazine includes strategies to help keep your bones strong and features quotes from NOF Clinical Director, Dr. Andrea Singer and Senior Director of Science Policy, Taylor Wallace, Ph.D. Read the full article.

NOF Statement on Calcium and Vitamin D »

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Calcium and vitamin D are essential to building strong, dense bones when you’re young and to keeping them strong and healthy as you age. Scientific evidence supports the role of calcium and vitamin D for maintenance of healthy bones at all ages. Read NOF’s statement on the importance of calcium and vitamin D. Calcium plus… Read more »

Men’s Osteoporosis Prevention and Screening Neglected »

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This recent article from Today’s Geriatric News highlights research presented at the American Geriatric Society’s annual meeting that found men are far less likely than women to take preventive measures against osteoporosis or to be screened for the disease. The article calls on physicians to become proactive in recommending osteoporosis screening and treatment for older… Read more »

NOF Clinical Director, Dr. Andrea Singer, Published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings and Featured in Reuters Article on Fractures »

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NOF Clinical Director, Dr. Andrea Singer, is lead author of an original article on the burden of fracture on postmenopausal women published in the January issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings. The study found bone fractures due to osteoporosis lead to more hospitalizations and greater healthcare costs than heart attack, stroke or breast cancer for U.S…. Read more »