New mathematical model of bone renewal predicts the effects of osteoporosis medications
The model, described today in eLife, may help improve outcomes for patients with postmenopausal osteoporosis and reduce the risks of side effects by helping physicians build...
1 day ago - News Medical
‘If you don't exercise, you break': Physical activity key in osteoporosis intervention
ORLANDO - Exercise can supplement the efficacy of several therapies used to treat osteoporosis, according to a presenter at the 2022 Rheumatology Nurses Society Annual...
5 days ago - Healio
Can Jarlsberg Cheese Ward Off Osteoporosis?
Consuming a small portion of Jarlsberg cheese daily can prevent bone thinning .
6 days ago - Medindia Health
New Oral Testosterone OK'd; Jarlsberg for Osteoporosis; Menopausal Women Lighting Up
The FDA approved a new oral testosterone undecanoate , primarily absorbed via the lymphatic system, for men with hypogonadism, Marius Pharmaceuticals announced. The Women's...
7 days ago - MedPageToday
Cheese is gouda for your bones. but only if you eat Jarlsberg!
Researchers found eating just two slices of Jarlsberg - a mild, nutty-flavoured dairy product hailing from Norway - each day is enough to reduce the risk of developing...
8 days ago - Daily Mail
Lower levels of dietary calcium and potassium predict recurrence of kidney stones
Kidney stones can cause not only excruciating pain but also are associated with chronic kidney disease, osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease. If you've experienced a kidney...
9 days ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Greater BMD rise with denosumab than ibandronate as sequential treatment to romosozumab
Denosumab is associated with a greater increase in lumbar spine bone mineral density at 12 months compared with ibandronate as a sequential treatment after 12 months of...
12 days ago - Healio
Vitamin D Supplements Don't Help Another Condition, Study Finds
The vitamin pills do not prevent bone fractures in most people or protect against many other diseases, adding to questions about medical guidance many now take for granted.
14 days ago - NY Times - 3 articles
2 years of teriparatide restores bone quality to premenopausal levels
Teriparatide restores bone mineral quality to premenopausal levels for women with postmenopausal osteoporosis if taken for 24 months, but not if taken at shorter intervals...
14 days ago - Healio
Half the Denosumab Dose Still Maintains Bone Density
Postmenopausal women with osteoporosis who reached their bone mineral density target on standard denosumab therapy maintained the benefit when they switched to a half-dose...
21 days ago - Medscape
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Donald Trump remains silent
The former US president has plead the fifth as he refuses to answer questions during New York's investigation into the Trump family business.
Artificial intelligence could provide a much-needed heads-up for future...
In firefighting, the worst flames are the ones you don't see coming. Amid the chaos of a burning building, it is difficult to notice the signs of impending flashover -; a...
A low-energy, high FODMAP diet in prediabetes and diabetes?
Researchers summarize the available knowledge on FODMAPs and suggest that they can play a role in the prevention and treatment of diabetes.
Research may lead the way to a simpler treatment for cancer
Sometimes too much of a good thing is not good at all. Inhibiting the function of the PD-1 protein, which blocks immune function, has shown high therapeutic efficacy in cancer...
Jenny Slate wants us to feel happy: on her way to Australia, she's already...
The comedian and filmmaker talks about being funny in a troubled world and her surprising, delightful, really rather good pandemic.
Sarah-Jane Clarke on taking the long road back from sass & bide
After 11 years Sarah-Jane Clarke returns to the David Jones fold feeling as relaxed as her clothing.
Martin won't return for last two rounds but could play ‘significant' finals role
Richmond coach Damien Hardwick won't play Dustin Martin again this in 2022 unless they make the finals.
CSIRO opens ‘missing link' vaccine lab in Melbourne
The new CSIRO lab in Clayton will quickly make vaccines for clinical trials, helping Australia respond more promptly to future pandemics.
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Saul wrote the book on all-electric homes, but his gas company is putting up...
Engineer and inventor Saul Griffith says fully electrifying 10 million homes would almost halve domestic emissions. But turning off the gas is an expensive and difficult exercise.