by Russell Johnston - 2007-01-16
A recent, well-publicized study found that all common reflux drugs make hip fractures far more likely (Nearly 50% more hip fractures after just one year of taking the most effective "proton pump inhib...
by Steven Godlewski - 2007-01-18
While Osteoarthritis is a painful condition, Osteoporosis isn't. Osteoporosis silently sneaks up on you, and then snaps your bones like twigs - literally. The broken bones, also called fractures, ...
by Alan Horwitz - 2007-01-21
As much as we would like to believe that medications are always safe, unfortunately that is not the case. And while many drugs and medications do have outstanding results, there are several that hurt ...
by Dan Hammer - 2007-01-22
Understanding your body's pH and its effect on your health is a critical component for a successful anti aging strategy. In fact, some would consider your body's pH the single most important item to p...
by Gabe Mirkin, M.D. - 2007-01-22
Every American woman, and most men, will suffer from osteoporosis if they live long enough. Hip bones broken by osteoporosis do not heal, and must be replaced immediately. A study from Australia ...
by Dan Hammer - 2007-01-24
Before I go into the steps you can take to create the proper alkaline balance in your body, I want to quickly review several items to drive home my personal belief that most dark colas, whether they b...
by Robert Palmer - 2007-01-26
Loss of bone mass, or osteoporosis, is something we all face as we age. Other factors besides age such as low calcium intake, use of certain medications, menopause and smoking contribute to os...
by Rob Richards - 2007-02-05
Have you ever wondered how vegetarians deal with osteoporosis? This article will provide you with some useful information: vegetarian osteoporosis.You know that eating a vegetarian diet can decrease t...
by Robert Palmer - 2007-02-06
` Yoga has become a popular means of exercise for older adults. And no wonder. It makes their bodies fitter and their minds calmer. Seniors benefit from improvements in balance, stronger muscle...
by Ng Peng Hock - 2007-02-13
We add salt into our food to make it tasty. Occasionally, we also put salt into our mouth if we have ulcer because it can make the ulcer healed faster. In older time when we do not have refrigerato...