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Dr. Benzinger from secondopinion**** with health information on osteoporosis.
11 Sep 2007
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Kyphon Inc. (Nasdaq: KYPH) today announced that it is supporting the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) and the Foundation for Osteoporosis Research and Education (FORE) to raise awareness about osteoporosis and spinal fracture risk during World Osteoporosis Day on Saturday, October 20, 2007. To raise awareness of ways to maintain healthy bones and fight bone fracture, Kyphon is supporting the IOF on its year-long campaign "Beat the Break: Know and Reduce Your Osteoporosis Risk" that will launch on World Osteoporosis Day. Kyphon is spearheading a program to raise up to $10,000 to support osteoporosis awareness. For each unique click to www.kyphon****/us/WOD, Kyphon will donate $1 to the IOF.
17 Oct 2007
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After a lifetime on the big and small screen, Sally Field is taking on a new starring role: front woman for the effort to raise awareness about the perils of osteoporosis.
10 Dec 2008
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Osteoporosis is often viewed as a women’s health issue, but one in 16 men over 65 suffers from the disease, and few men are currently tested or diagnosed. New guidelines from the American College of Physicians could change that.
14 May 2008
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20 May 2009
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Osteoporosis is a disease that can be crippling, leaving bones brittle, weak and easily broken. There are already some 8 million women in the U.S. who suffer from osteoporosis* and experts say that number could soon skyrocket.
12 Jun 2008
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Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new once-a-month dose of Actonel® (risedronate sodium) tablets making it the only oral once-a-month osteoporosis therapy approved to help prevent both spinal and non-spinal fractures in postmenopausal women. The new once-a-month dose of Actonel is available for patients seeking the fracture protection of Actonel in the convenience of one monthly pill. In addition to being approved to help protect the spine from fractures, Actonel is also approved to help prevent non-spinal fractures, measured as a group, namely the hip, wrist, collar bone, arm, pelvis, and leg.
18 Jun 2008
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*******matthewloop.meta-ehealth**** How to prevent Osteoporosis. Find out more natural solutions to health problems in the book "Cracking the Cancer Code." bone loss
8 Aug 2008
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To schedule an osteoporosis screening, visit *******www.lifelinescreening**** or call 1-877-237-1336. Osteoporosis is painless in its early stages. Learn how Life Line Screening provides osteoporosis screening services for the disease and the next steps you should take to slow its progression.
6 Feb 2009
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In this episode of Vitamin Junkeys, Jennifer Lyall, naturopath Dr. Jean Jacques Duguoa discuss osteoporosis, what it is, who is prone to it and how to prevent it. Running time: 7:27
14 Aug 2009
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Don’t turn your back on osteoporosis - November is osteoporosis month: stay informed and reduce your risk! - *******
26 Oct 2009
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Don’t turn your back on osteoporosis - November is osteoporosis month: stay informed and reduce your risk! - *******
26 Oct 2009
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In this video Dr. Kevin Smith (at Red Apple Wellness in Bethel Park, PA) discusses facts about osteoporosis (risk factors and prevention tips). *******www.redapplewellness****
22 Nov 2009
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31- Magnesium Osteoporosis, 32- Pregnant Women: Does magnesium chloride work on osteoporosis, bursitis and arthrosis? Yes, because it regulates the whole calcium metabolism. It fixes the calcium where it should be, for example, on osteopenias, and osteoporosis and removes the calcium from where it should not be, from arteries, joints, it removes calcium oxalate stones from kidneys removes general calcifications in calcified bursitis. It removes the calcium when it is in the wrong place and fixes the calcium where there is a deficiency provided that at the same time the person has a diet rich in calcium, so for those who take magnesium chloride there is no risk at all of taking excess calcium. There is a risk of excess calcium, arteries and joints calcification for those who are not taking magnesium, which regulates the distribution of calcium, in this case really there is a risk. Many people think that those who have arteriosclerosis cannot take calcium because it will harden the arteries, it will, if is not taken with magnesium, but if taken along with magnesium, no, because the calcium is only going to fix where it should be. The magnesium is the regulator of calcium. Can pregnant or breastfeeding women use auto-hemotherapy? Pregnant women can have auto-hemotherapy, there is no danger whatsoever. When breastfeeding, the milk will contain more antibodies than if she were not having auto-hemotherapy. The child will receive an immunological boost.
9 Jan 2010
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******* Czech natural SPA therapy city Jachymov offers unique healing & rehabilitation for natural treatment of osteoporosis and other skeletal disorders. Jachymov, the first radon SPA worldwide offers unique healing procedures such as radium therapy - radon baths, radon gal­vanic baths and more traditional procedures - electro thera­py, magnetic therapy, ultrasound, massages, water therapy, and etc.
16 Feb 2010
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