Olympic Athlete Fractures Bones: Does She Need Osteoporosis Treatment?

You surely know by now that it really makes me happy to share experiences, comments and opinions with you either by phone, by email and in person. One of the … Continue Reading →

Osteoporosis Drugs May Produce Healthy Statistics, But Not Healthy People

Not so long ago, my youngest son Michael asked me to help him with his Biology homework. While I was absent-mindedly thumbing through his 300 plus page textbook, a sinking … Continue Reading →

Osteoporosis Is NOT A Disease

The Merck Manual (the world's best-selling medical textbook and published, ironically, by the makers of Fosamax) defines osteoporosis as "A systemic skeletal disease characterized by low bone mass and micro-architectural … Continue Reading →

Calcium And Osteoporosis

Q:  I am interested in your answers on calcium.  I've had back trouble for several years and just had my 3rd back surgery.  After my bone density test, my doctor … Continue Reading →

Not All Doctors Are Created Equal

Q:  I appreciate your desire to help others with osteoporosis and the spectrum of bone loss. It is such an important issue! My question is, why do you have to … Continue Reading →

Milk And Osteoporosis

Q:  I really disagree that milk is acidic. Perhaps other dairy products are but not milk unless it is going bad.  Usually it is very close to neutral and my … Continue Reading →

How Much Sunshine Is Needed For Your Bones?

Q: Regarding sunshine and vitamin D... just how much skin needs to be exposed in the 20 minutes a week for the sun’s rays to give you the amount of vitamin … Continue Reading →

The Difference Between Osteoporosis And Osteoarthritis

Q:  It is actually osteoarthritis that I have been diagnosed in the lumbar spine area. What's the difference between osteoporosis and osteoarthritis? A:  Osteoarthritis is an inflammatory and painful condition … Continue Reading →

What's The Proper Calcium Balance?

Q:  I came across a web site where they suggest 1 part calcium to 1.2 parts magnesium (250 mg calcuim - 300 mg magnesium) do you agree with this? A: … Continue Reading →

Is Organic Really Better?

Q:  Speaking of organic, is it really, truly better than ordinary? If so, then why? I'm so cynical these days, I don't know what to think. A: Organic foods are "better" … Continue Reading →

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