A freak accident left me bedridden, but this minimally invasive treatment let me start living again.
I was stunned and scared when my doctors told me I had suffered a vertebral compression fracture, but this procedure healed me.
The risk of this condition increases with age; about 40 percent of women age 80 and older are affected. Here’s what you need to know.
Some aches and pain here and there are normal—ones that tend to go away after you rest or exercise, but you shouldn't be in severe and significant pain for a long time. Learn more.
I’m 50 now, and I have osteopenia, which is low bone density that’s less severe than osteoporosis. I have it because I had an eating disorder starting when I was a teenager, for about ten years.
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