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At OsteoStrong, it doesn’t end with strengthening your skeletal system. It’s about improving on your lifestyle. Read more about how you can live the Bonehead life.

by OsteoStrong l November 24, 2015

Bones are at the center of every body, and they tell incredible stories. For the last 10 years, scientists at Tomsk State University in Russia have been analyzing more than 23,000 bones to learn more about the stories they tell.

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by OsteoStrong l November 10, 2015

Most people don’t think about bone health until they’re at risk for developing osteoporosis, a condition that causes bones to become porous, brittle, and weak.

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by OsteoStrong l November 3, 2015

Don't get me wrong, we are huge fans of exercise and the many benefits it has on the human mind and body. Modern research has detailed its benefits for decades, and that's why many doctors today recommend exercise to help prevent many illnesses. Yet, even with this a...

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by OsteoStrong l October 27, 2015

Many people take calcium supplements in the hope that the vitamins will make the aging process a little easier and less painful. However, a new study found that calcium supplements can’t offer the health benefits people hope for when it comes to bone health. In fact, says th...

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by OsteoStrong l September 29, 2015

A new study suggests that women who have pregnancies less than one year apart may have a greater risk of developing osteoporosis later in life.

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by OsteoStrong l September 15, 2015

Bone density, or the strength and proximity of bone fibers, is something the body builds over the course of its entire existence. As young people grow, they accumulate bone density based on activity.

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by OsteoStrong l September 2, 2015

According to the National Cancer Institute, one in eight women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Breast cancer, which affects about 13 percent of females, is second only to skin cancer as the most common cancer among American women.

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by OsteoStrong l August 25, 2015

When people are concerned about osteoporosis or bone loss, doctors often advise a healthy diet and exercise, but exercise may not have the impact most people facing bone loss are hoping for.

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by OsteoStrong l August 18, 2015

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released information showing that one in five Americans age 80 and older has weak muscle strength. Though loss of strength is common in mature people, severe muscle weakness can lead to impairment of daily activities a...

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by OsteoStrong l August 4, 2015

A Norwegian study has reported a link between computer and television screen time and bone density in teenagers. Childhood and teen years are some of the most crucial for establishing bone density, which has a direct relationship with risk of osteoporosis and broken bones late...

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