A Brief Note On Bone Disease ( Osteoporosis ) Research

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Bone Disease (Osteoporosis) Research Diseases are what I consider the number one enemy in humanity, due to so many that exists in the world. Each and everyone of the disease affect a specific part of the human body, some even affect multiple parts. Some are more serious and some are not as serious. In the case of osteoporosis this is a disease that affects the bones. This disease is more common in spine, the hip, and the wrist. Holistic medicine is considered as a change in the lifestyle, diet and exercise. The purpose of this study was to find out what is the effect of milk, vegetables and fruits in the total body mineral content in boys and girls while they are growing up. The results indicated that there is a significant effect of…show more content…
It makes the bones weaken and weaken throughout the time making them so fragile that fractures are likely to occur. Osteoporosis is defined as a silent disease. It doesn’t show any symptoms at all, only when people broke a bone. When people have a fracture that means they have a low bone mass. When people have a low bone mass it is know as Osteopenia. Osteoporosis can be detected at any time of age, but it gets worse when people get older. This disease can affect both female and male. People start losing bones when they get to the age of 50. Women have a high risk of developing osteoporosis more than men because women lose 15 percent of bone mass when they go into menopause. The only way to find out if people are losing bone mass is doing a study called density measured. This study shows if people have a low bone mass or not. Also, according to a specific fracture the physician can determine if the person has low bone mass. When people have a fractured hip, wrist or spine can detect, that person has low bone mass. Sometimes people have a spinal fracture, which can be too painful that they cannot tolerate it and they have to get surgery. It can also be the opposite where a person can have a fracture without any pain at all, but are at risk to have another fracture. When people get to be 50 years old and up, that is when they have a higher risk to developing osteoporosis. When they are over the age of
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