Osteoporosis affects an estimated 200 million women worldwide, and each year. Roughly 4 in 10 white women age 50 or older in the United States will experience a hip, spine, or wrist fracture sometime during the remainder of their lives, according to research.
However, while the thinning bone mass of osteoporosis is considered the most common cause of fractures, we often forget that most fractures are preceded by a fall. Read more
Most of us experience some signs of decreased mental function as we age. Now, a new study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease shows that weekly yoga and daily meditation practice may boost memory... Read more
Anyone suffering from osteoporotic bone loss can attest to how fear of falling and persistent bone fractures can undermine health, happiness and vitality. Harvard Women's Health Watch recently reported on a... Read more
In the past, I have given some guidelines on how to use yoga poses to increase or maintain the strength of your both your bones and muscles. Based on some new information I have learned, I’d like to revisit my... Read more
Osteoporosis is a tremendous health concern for women over 50, causing more than 700,000 spinal fractures and more than 300,000 hip fractures each year in the United States alone. It is well known that weight-... Read more
Are millions of women putting up with undesirable side effects of osteoporosis drugs not getting the hip fracture-preventing benefits that they are hoping for? And, do efforts to improve balance and prevent... Read more
Have you ever noticed that in spite of the media blitz urging you to eat veggies and pump weights, some of the most health-conscious people you know seem to keel over at an early age, while others who eat junk... Read more