Depression can lead to osteoporosis but anti-depressant drugs could be used to treat it, say scientists.
A study hints that consuming diet, regular and decaffeinated cola could increase the risk of osteoporosis in women.
Milk is a rich source of calcium that strengthens our bones and teeth and keeps our muscles and nerves healthy.
According to a recent study the chemical concentrate of colas leads to the loss of bone-mineral density in women.
People who are exposed to second-hand smoke may face the risk of developing fractures, says a new study.
Osteoporosis afflicts one out of three women and one out of eight men In India, making itself one of the worst affected country in the world.
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