One in four women in the United States over the age of 60 - an estimated 25 million Americans - have osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a systemic disease that is often responsible for one million hip, vertebral, wrist and other fractures each year. It silently and painlessly causes bones to thin and fracture more easily.
In this weakened condition, your bones may break just by lifting a bag of groceries or being hugged by a child. For women, the risk of developing this degenerative disease looms larger than the risk of developing endometrial and breast cancers combined.
Because osteoporosis causes pain and disability, it is important to look closely at steps you can take to prevent or treat the disease. Learn more about this disease and services offered at the Warren Clinic Osteoporosis Center.
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