Osteoporosis Medications

There are many medication options for osteoporosis treatment (besides bisphosphonates) that may be recommended to you to prevent fractures and bone loss. While each medication causes some side effects, the benefits outweigh the risks. Based on your health, age, condition, and medical history your doctor decides what medicine suits you for osteoporosis treatment. In case […]
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Early Signs of Osteoporosis: Recognizing Bone Density Loss

When you have osteoporosis, your vertebrae will be more brittle and susceptible to breakage, so even minor stresses like having a cough or leaning over can trigger a fracture. That’s because it increases fracture risk compared to normal bone health. The pelvis, the hand, and the vertebrae are the most common sites of osteoporosis-related fractures. […]
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Osteoporosis 101: Understanding the Basics of Bone Health

Osteoporosis makes bones weak and brittle, so fragile that even minor stressors like coughing or bending over can break them. Hip, wrist, and spine fractures brought on by osteoporosis are the most frequent. Bone is a living tissue that undergoes continuous deterioration and replacement. Osteoporosis develops when the production of new bone is insufficient to […]
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Thyroid eye disease: treatment options

Thyroid eye disease can be common in people with Graves’ disease or thyroid conditions. The risk is high if you are female, middle-aged, or a smoker. If you notice any vision problems such as blurry or double vision, or watery or dry eyes, then you should contact your healthcare provider to diagnose and treat your […]
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Thyroid eye disease

Do you have thyroid disease and are experiencing dryness or double vision? If yes, then you may have developed thyroid eye disease. Thyroiditis is a condition where your immune system attacks your own organs, like eyes by mistakenly taking them as a foreign invader. While mild cases get well on their own there is no […]
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Thyroid disease and diabetes

Thyroid diseases and type 2 diabetes share a connection because thyroid hormones make a direct impact on insulin production and blood sugar levels. So, any imbalance in thyroid hormones can increase the risk of diabetes. However, you can manage your thyroid disease with treatment which can lower your risk of diabetes. Diabetes and thyroid disorders […]
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