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Articles categorized as Osteopenia Bone Weakening

Article imageTerry Graedon - August 29, 2019
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Alendronate Makes Dental Correction More Difficult

People taking alendronate to counteract osteoporosis may not respond well to orthodontic treatment moving their teeth.

Terry Graedon - June 27, 2019

Antibacterial Chemical Boosts Risk of Osteoporosis

Terry Graedon - October 18, 2018

Show 1139: Will Supplements Keep Your Bones Strong?

Terry Graedon - October 15, 2018

Will Osteoporosis Drugs Make Your Joints Hurt?

Joe Graedon - October 15, 2018

The Inside Story on Zoledronate (Reclast) and Bones

Terry Graedon - October 14, 2018

Should You Take Vitamin D Supplements for Stronger Bones?

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Terry Graedon - October 8, 2018

Will You Get Osteoporosis If You Take Omeprazole?

People who take omeprazole or a similar PPI for acid reflux are susceptible to a range of side effects, including weakened bones.

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Joe Graedon - October 4, 2018

An Old Drug (Zoledronate) Offers New Hope Against Osteoporosis

A new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine has orthopedists excited. Zoledronate (Reclast) reduced fractures in older women!