The latest news on osteoporosis
More than 1 in 4 toddlers may not be in compliance with the recommended vaccination schedule.
And diabetes drugs are linked to bone risk, leaving women in a quandary.
Here's some guidance on who should be tested—and how it's done.
Before turning to drugs, women with osteopenia can try these measures.
When, if ever, does early bone loss require drugs? New guidelines may offer a clearer answer.
Their bones grow even when they are lying dormant.
This quick test may identify 80 percent of post-menopausal women who may break a hip within five years.
Answer three simple questions to see if you might benefit from a bone scan.
Osteoporosis plagues both genders. A do-it-yourself screening test can flag men who are at risk.
Many people who've fractured a hip aren't getting optimal care. Here's what patients need to know.