A simple blood test can help you assess patients with RA for fracture risk.
Drawbacks of bisphosphonate holidays, bone benefits of the Mediterranean diet, and a new weapon against glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis.
Recommendations from the US Preventive Services Task Force that seem counterintuitive.
Fifth indication for Prolia for men and women at high risk for fracture who are receiving systemic glucocorticoids.
An osteoporosis regimen may benefit the heart as well as the bones.
Weight loss surgery can reduce bone mass and strength and increase the risk of fractures.
Which patients need bisphosphonate therapy—and for how long?
Although the screening controversy has been smoldering for some time, a recent article may have added fuel to the fire.
Bariatric surgery can result in bone as well as weight loss.
This heart-healthy diet may help prevent osteoporosis and fractures in postmenopausal women.