Osteoporosis News

Are Leafy Greens Enough To Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease?

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A study performed by researchers at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago claims to have shown that eating a daily serving of leafy green vegetables will preserve memory and thinking skills as we age.1 This conclusion was based on information gathered from 960 people between the ages of 58 and 99, none of whom were suffering from cognitive decline at … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: Forteo Proven Dangerous Yet Again, Meat Consumption Down In US And UK, New Osteoporosis Drug Alert, And More!

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This month’s Bulletin covers new research that shows once again how ineffective and dangerous osteoporosis drugs are. This time the daily injectable drug Forteo (teriparatide) is on the stand, facing evidence that its already detrimental effects on bones are further confirmed by the chaos it wreaks on the bone remodeling process after ending treatment. Then we bring you good news … Click to continue →

What Do The New High Blood Pressure Diagnostic Guidelines Have To Do With Osteoporosis?

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Two medical organizations conspired last month to give 30 million Americans a high blood pressure diagnosis overnight. Inciting an immediate, far-reaching epidemic sounds like the work of a villain, but it’s business as usual for Big Pharma and the Medical Establishment. Today we’ll look at the recent change in the recommended diagnostic guidelines for high blood pressure and how such … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: Reclast Proven Ineffective, Potential New Class Of Osteoarthritis Drugs, Running One Minute A Day Increases Bone Density, And More

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A new study has shown that an infusion of the bisphosphonate Reclast (zoledronate), prescribed as a stand-alone osteoporosis treatment and to offset the rapid bone loss that occurs after stopping treatment with Prolia (denosumab), doesn’t help to preserve bone mineral density. Savers know that osteoporosis drugs are neither effective nor safe, yet doctors continue to prescribe them in spite of … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: Flu Vaccine Recommendations, New Osteoporosis Drug Development, A Closer Look At World Osteoporosis Day, And More!

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In this month’s Bulletin we bring you disturbing news about the scare tactics used by U.S. government agencies to push the flu vaccine more than ever. We also share with you an update on Big Pharma’s efforts to develop a new osteoporosis drug. And last, we’ll take a closer look at the recent “celebration” of World Osteoporosis Day. The Save … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: Osteoporosis Implant In Development, New Studies Show Both Magnesium and Carotenoids Effective At Preventing Fractures, And More

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We’ll start this month’s Bulletin with news about an implant that aims to stimulate bone growth using a mechanical device. The details are still murky, but this has the ring of yet one more quick-fix solution, courtesy of Big Pharma. On the bright side, we bring you two studies on fracture-preventing compounds that are valuable resources for every Saver. First, … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: Bisphosphonate Boom In The UK, FDA Rejects Romosozumab, Soda Consumption Down In The U.S.

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In this month’s Bulletin we bring you the latest updates on osteoporosis drugs in the UK and the US. The British National Institute for Care and Health Excellence (NICE) has recently expanded the bisphosphonate prescription guidelines, and as a result, these drugs will be prescribed more than ever. In the United States, the FDA encountered data about the risks of … Click to continue →

Alert! The Medical Establishment’s Next Injectable Osteoporosis Drug May Become Reality Soon

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The Medical Establishment is endlessly searching for quick-fix drug treatments that most of the time merely cover up symptoms. Nearly 60 percent of all Americans are currently taking a prescription medication. Equally concerning is the fact that one in five people are taking five or more prescription drugs, most of which can have serious side-effects. There are dozens of osteoporosis … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: Exercise Pills, Brain Poisoning Pesticides, A Food Pharmacy, And More!

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This month we have a mixed bag of news, running the gamut from the latest research on proteins that inhibit muscle development, to an innovative health organization that is replacing pharmaceutical drugs on pharmacy shelves with natural foods. Staying on top of the latest health information plays an important role in improving your bone health and staying healthy, so I’m … Click to continue →

Save Our Bones Bulletin: New Study Confirms Long-Term Bisphosphonate Use Causes Fractures, Space Rats Test New Bone Drugs World Health Organization Scandal, And More!

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Summer is in full swing, and we’re seeing the longest days of the year here in the Northern Hemisphere. That means more time to enjoy the warm weather, soak up some vitamin D- producing sunlight while you go for a walk or enjoy a refreshing swim. These are some of the lifestyle joys that not only enrich your days, but … Click to continue →

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