Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, May 29th, 2005
"The recently released U.S. surgeon general's report on bone health and osteoporosis noted that one in two individuals older than 50 years will be at risk for fractures from osteoporosis," University of Pittsburgh researchers wrote.
Despite lower fracture rates among black women, the report stressed that osteoporosis is a risk for any aging man or woman, with low bone mineral density (BMD) being an important predictor for fracture risk. However, it is unknown how BMD is associated with fracture in older black...
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