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Eating yoghurt every day and taking vitamin D supplements can protect women from developing osteoporosis after the menopause. Men can also maintain their bone health as they get older by following the approach.
Young people on 'fad' dairy-free diets are being urged to introduce milk and cheese back into their lives because their calcium levels could become perilously low—but they're not being told that the mineral is also in green leafy vegetables, nuts and seeds.
Vitamin K could be a safe and effective alternative to the standard drugs for fragile bones, says Joanna Evans
Women who are close to the menopause can make two simple lifestyle changes to protect their bones so they don't need HRT or other drugs
A common treatment for prostate cancer can cause bone decay