Definition of 'osteoporosis'
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Smoking increases risk of suffering osteoporosis and bone fractures in old age. The Sun (2016)The osteoporosis medication stops cancer spreading to the bones. The Sun (2016)A TEST that uses a fingernail clipping to check for signs of fragile bone disease osteoporosis goes on sale online today. The Sun (2016)The supplements are often swallowed to ward off or control brittle bone disease osteoporosis. The Sun (2010)The drop in hormones has been linked to an increased risk of heart disease and osteoporosis. The Sun (2007)Soft drinks are high in phosphorus and can increase the risk of osteoporosis by robbing bones of calcium. The Sun (2009)Other risks include stomach cancer, osteoporosis and obesity. The Sun (2010)And there's increasing evidence that this vitamin can protect against some kinds of cancers and osteoporosis. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It is a rich source of dietary silicon, which can cut the chances of diseases like osteoporosis. The Sun (2010)They are also less likely to get osteoporosis: carrying extra weight increases the strength of their bones. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He also suffers from arthritis and osteoporosis, conditions that have led to him being confined to a wheelchair. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But US researchers have discovered overweight people are also at risk of the frail bone disease osteoporosis. The Sun (2013)TWO glasses of tomato juice a day can ward off the bone disease osteoporosis, new research claims. The Sun (2010)Now she has just been told that the years of denying herself proper nutrition has left her with osteoporosis and the bone strength of a 90-year-old. The Sun (2007)Especially important for avoidance of osteoporosis (brittle bones ) in middle age. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)Thanks for the insomnia, the mood swings, the increased risk of heart disease and osteoporosis. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She is very ill with a heart condition and osteoporosis and I want to be able to look after her. The Sun (2008)He might have added allergy, liver diseases, osteoporosis or a host of other equally deserving conditions. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In the long term, eating a lot of salt means you're much more likely to get osteoporosis. The Sun (2008)Vitamin D has also been linked to protecting against other illnesses, from heart disease to osteoporosis. Times, Sunday Times (2014)How to build strong bones One in three women and one in 12 men suffer from the brittle bone disease osteoporosis at some time in their lives. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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