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Updated: April 16, 2014


CPAP can help treat sleep apnea, which may be a risk factor for osteoporosis.

Sleep apnea elevates risk of osteoporosis, fragility fractures

As people get older, they may grow increasingly aware of the risk factors of osteoporosis, a disease that leads to fragility fractures.

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Elevated screen time may lead to weaker bones for teenage boys.

Boys who accumulate lots of screen time risk future fragility fractures

4/8/2014

Research indicated that adolescent boys who have high levels of screen time tend to have high body mass indexes and low scores of bone mineral density... [ more ]

The finger length ratio of the index to ring fingers may predict osteoarthritis of the knees.

Finger-length ratio may predict osteoarthritis of the knee

3/31/2014

Osteoarthritis is one of the major driving factors for total joint replacement surgery... [ more ]

 

CT scans may help in the diagnosis of gout.

CT scans may help diagnose gout

4/1/2014

Scientists suggested that dual-energy computed tomography scans may identify cases of gout that synovial fluid tests miss... [ more ]

Running may benefit breast cancer survivors

Running may benefit breast cancer survivors

3/24/2014

According to a new study published in the International Journal of Cancer, running may be a better form of exercise for breast cancer patients than walking... [ more ]

 

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