Preventive care and regular exercise are essential steps to ward off injury and maintain strength.
Growing use of prescription medications—as well as addiction to illegal drugs and alcohol—has led to middle-age adults experiencing more injuries from falls.
New study finds that older women who enjoy quality social connections might reap the rewards in physical health.
The limited mobility of stroke survivors puts them at increased risk of osteoporosis, broken bones and falls—but most are never screened for these problems.
Do you know your risk factors for osteoporosis? You might be surprised.
The most common genetic disease in Europe is significantly under-diagnosed in the U.S. Here’s what you need to know.
These two nutrients partnered together are the recipe for strong bones.
If you live in the mitten state, probably not. What can you do to get the full benefits of the sunshine vitamin?
Baby Boomers might feel like they're too old to exercise, but that's a mistake. Fitness is more important than ever as you age.
Health risks of air pollution include cardiovascular and respiratory disease, cancer, impaired cognition and osteoporosis.
Young women who are underweight may have an increased risk of early menopause, potentially jeopardizing their health.
The goal is to keep muscles strong at every age.
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