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    Alley-side Pickup: 10am - 7pm

    3038 Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN
    612-822-4611

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Mayo Clinic on Osteoporosis: Keeping Your Bones Healthy and Strong and Reducing the Risk of Fracture

Mayo Clinic on Osteoporosis: Keeping Your Bones Healthy and Strong and Reducing the Risk of Fracture

Kearns, Ann E.

Paperback

Health GeneralWomen's HealthGeneral Parenting

Publisher Price: $19.99

ISBN10: 1893005240
ISBN13: 9781893005242
Publisher: Mayo Clinic Pr
Published: Oct 19 2021
Pages: 256
Weight: 1.05
Height: 0.50 Width: 7.40 Depth: 9.10
Language: English
Around 54 million Americans live with osteoporosis or low bone mass, but many don't recognize the symptoms until it is too late. Before a bad fall or fracture renders you immobile, learn how to reduce your risk of developing osteoporosis, manage your day-to-day symptoms, and even treat the disease with the tools provided in Mayo Clinic Guide to Preventing & Treating Osteoporosis.

Throughout your life, your bones are constantly rebuilding. But as you age, you run a greater risk of your new bone growth not being able to keep up with the old bone you're losing. Osteopenia and osteoporosis develop when this imbalance makes bones weak and likely to break.

A stooped posture, low-trauma fractures, and collapsed vertebrae are a few of the tell-tale signs associated with weakened and brittle bones. But fortunately, an osteoporosis diagnosis doesn't have to be permanent. By taking the right steps, you can reduce your risk of future fractures, stop bone loss, and even rebuild your low bone density.

In this book, Dr. Ann E. Kearns, a leading endocrinologist at Mayo Clinic, provides clear, practical information on the common causes of osteoporosis and osteopenia, simple ways to prevent bone loss with nutritious foods and supplements, and how to test for low bone mass before a fracture occurs. You will also learn tips for healthy eating and beneficial exercises, using modern medications to stop bone loss and encourage new bone growth, and how to quickly and safely recover from injuries sustained from low bone density.

Together with your health care provider, you can take action to maintain strong bones and a full, healthy life.

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