Osteoporosis

Known as the “silent” epidemic or killer because bone loss occurs with no symptoms, osteoporosis is the term used to describe a generalized loss of bone in both sexes. Over the age of 50, one in two women and one in eight men will suffer a fracture linked to loss of bone density.
There are now reckoned to be two types of osteoporosis. Type I is linked with a midlife loss of hormones (oestrogen in women, androgen in men) and Type II is the inevitable age-related loss of bone density that starts from the age of 30.

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