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    Causes Of Osteoporosis

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    bone development by osteoblasts, resulting as the diseases known as Osteoporosis. Osteoporosis affects millions of people and causes burdens to both the individual and their health systems. Osteoporosis is often confused with osteoarthritis -- a disease of the joints and surrounding tissue. Fractures…

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    What Is Osteoporosis?

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    stage is osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a condition which causes the bones to become weak and brittle because of the decrease in the density of the bone. It also results to decreasing bones’ strength and deterioration of bone tissue that even doing simple things could cause fractures such as bending over or a fall. Osteoporosis affects…

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    Essay On Osteoporosis

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    I chose the topic of osteoporosis because it is a disease that almost every old person face after their bones wears down. Osteoporosis is when your bones do not have enough calcium and due to that the bones become brittle and weak. Old people and postmenopausal have the higher risk of getting this disease due to their bones getting older and weaker. Younger people wouldn’t have this problem if they ate enough calcium. Bones are an important part of your body because half of your body is bones…

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    The Cause Of Osteoporosis

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    Most people do not know what osteoporosis really is. So what is osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is where bones lose protein and calcium. With the lowering of calcium and proteins also comes with the lowering of bone mass and strength. The lowering amount of much needed bone proteins and calcium ultimately leads to bone breakage. In the United States there are approximately forty four million citizens suffer from osteoporosis and low bone mass. The majority of people suffering from osteoporosis or low…

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    Australian Osteoporosis

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    Osteoporosis is a prevalent disease affecting over 1 million Australians. This disease makes bones become brittle leading to a higher risk of breaks than in normal bone. Osteoporosis occurs when bones lose minerals, such as calcium, more expeditiously than the body can supersede them, causing a loss of bone thickness (bone density or mass). 4.74 million Australians over 50 have osteoporosis or poor bone health. In 2011-12 the estimated prevalence of diagnosed osteoporosis among those aged 50 and…

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    Osteoporosis Disease

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    Osteoporosis One disease of the bones that affects over 1 million Australians is osteoporosis. This bone-thinning disease greatly increases the risk of fractures and occurs when the “…ratio of bone formation to bone break- down…” becomes out of balance, triggering osteoblast activity to slow down (Whitney, Rady Rolfes, Crow, Cameron-smith & Walsh, 2014, p. 199). Affected bones rapidly lose important minerals, such as calcium, rendering them ineffective in replacing these important minerals…

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    Paper On Osteoporosis

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    Introduction Osteoporosis, a preventable and treatable disease, affects both men and women in the geriatric population. According to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin diseases, osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone mass and structural deterioration of bone tissue, leading to bone fragility and an increased risk of fractures of the hip, spine, and wrist.1 Geriatric patients are more at risk of developing osteoporosis due to increased age and a decrease…

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    Facts About Osteoporosis

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    Facts Osteoporosis is a condition that makes the bones thinner and easily to be broken or shattered due to loss of calcium. This puts people at a risk of bone fractures especially of the hips, spinal vertebrae, and wrist. Both men and women are affected, but it is more common in women than men. Over 40 million people have osteoporosis and are at a higher risk because of low calcium according to the National Institute of Health. There are four types of osteoporosis, but the main type is the…

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    Osteoporosis Risk Factors

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    Osteoporosis, which is one of the most common bone disorders has many risk factors. A risk factor is any factor that boosts the possibility of developing a disease. Osteoporosis can be caused as a result of many factors such as lifestyles, hormonal imbalances, aging, and genes. These four risk factors are the most potent risk factors that may contribute to the development of osteoporosis. Risk factors are divided into two types modifiable and fixed. Modifiable risk factors are the factors which…

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    have asked, what is Osteoporosis? Who does it effect? And will it affect me? These are some questions that could be going through a lot of people's minds. But the first question a person may ask is, what is Osteoporosis? According to (HealthFinder) it is a medical condition, a bone disease that makes your bones weaker, and more likely to break. It is said, that anyone can get osteoporosis, and its a continuous disease. Its most common in older women, usually after 50. But age, is not the only…

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