Higher Dietary Calcium Intakes Are Associated With Reduced Risks of Fractures, Cardiovascular Events, and Mortality: A Prospective Cohort Study of Older Men and Women
The aim of this population‐based, prospective cohort study was to investigate long‐term associations between dietary calcium intake and fractures, non‐fatal cardiovascular disease (CVD), and death from...
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Proposed Dietary Guidelines Not a Green Light to Eat What You Want
People still need to limit foods with heart-damaging saturated fats and trans fats, nutritionists say
What is a Spinal Compression Fracture?
Osteoporosis is the main cause of spinal fractures, but they may also be the result of injury or a spinal tumor.
10 Dairy-Free Foods Packed With Calcium
Contrary to popular belief, you do not need milk to obtain calcium. Check out these dairy-free foods that are packed with calcium.
How much calcium do you really need?
A daily intake of 500 to 700 milligrams of calcium plus 800 to 1,000 IU of vitamin D is enough to preserve bone density. It’s best to get calcium through diet rather than supplements, but vitamin D supplements are fine.
Here's What 10 Experts Think of the New Dietary Guidelines
If you take calcium supplements, new study shows why you may need to stop
A new study looked at the effects of calcium supplements on the heart.
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How Not to Test a Dietary Supplement
DNA bar coding has sometimes proved useful in rooting out food fraud, but should New York’s attorney general have brought it to the supplements aisle?
Pelvic Fracture (Hip Fracture)
A pelvic fracture is a break in 1 or more bones in the pelvis. It is sometimes referred to as a "hip fracture" or "broken hip" because it occurs in the bones that make up the hip area. Click here for more information on Pelvic Fracture (Hip Fracture)
Learn about hydraulic fracturing techonology
Extracting natural gas from certain formations requires drawing it through openings about one half the width of a human hair. Learn more at ExxonMobil.com.
What's New in the Dietary Guidelines
There’s welcome news for lovers of shrimp, eggs and coffee, but some confusion on fat and conflicting information over meat.
A wrist fracture is a break in one of the bones near the wrist, most frequently the radius. Click here for more information on Wrist Fracture
An ankle fracture occurs when a bone on 1 or both sides of the ankle is partially or completely broken. Most ankle fractures are caused by twisting injuries and falls.
3 Tips For Surviving A Stress Fracture
A deflating injury, but you may come out stronger on the other side.
Clavicle fracture is a common shoulder injury, making up 4% of all fracture types and 35% of all shoulder injuries. Click here for more information on Clavicle Fractures
10 Dietary Supplements Runners Should Avoid
These pills won’t make you fitter, stronger, or healthier—and may do more harm than good. Here are a few great food alternatives.
Fractures can happen in any three of the bones in the elbow--the humerus, the radius, or the ulna. In adults, the most common type of fracture occurs in the radius, usually from a fall. This is known as a "radial head fracture." Elbow fractures are very common in children and account in 10% of all children's broken bones. Click here for more information on Elbow Fractures
How to treat Proximal Humerus Fracture (Shoulder Fracture)?
Classification, Investigation and Treatment of Shoulder Joint Fracture: Proximal Humeral Fractures is common in elderly patients and it accounts for 4 to 5 percent of all fractures. It is more com…
Read the Government's New Dietary Advice for Americans
The highly anticipated recommendations for how Americans should eat have arrived