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Artificial light in our homes and offices could be an unsuspected cause of diseases ‘of ageing’—such as osteoporosis and muscle loss—that affect our ability to stand and walk. The good news is that the symptoms can be reversed if we spend more time with the lights off when it gets dark.
Painter and decorator Paul Heseltine was told that medicine couldn’t help with his osteoarthritis—and so he became his own medical detective. Using a three-pronged approach, Paul has reversed the disease and is now planning on running a half-marathon
If calcium is good for our bones, consuming large amounts should give us special protection against osteoporosis and fractures, right? Well, no. Consuming moderate amounts of calcium every day—and from vegetables rather than dairy products—is more effective, new research has found.
Chemicals found in personal care products and common household products can accelerate a woman's menopause by as much as four years
Post-menopausal women who are satisfied with their lives have higher bone density and are less likely to suffer from osteoporosis, a new study has found
A new nutritional supplement is better than calcium and vitamin D for protecting the bones in older women, a new study has concluded