August 28, 2016 by Vivian Goldschmidt, MA
Save Our Bones Bulletin: Lead Found In Majority Of Municipal Water Systems; Organic Food Demand On The Rise; Fast Food Consumption Linked To High Toxin Levels; And More!
This month’s Bulletin is all about awareness. We’re going to expose important topics of public health, such as lead in tap water across the country, the dangers of conventional farming … Continue Reading →
July 27, 2016 by Vivian Goldschmidt, MA
Save Our Bones Bulletin: Artificial Light And Bone Health, Majority Of Patients Refuse Osteoporosis Drugs, Merck’s Astonishing Legal Maneuver, And More!
Welcome to this month’s Save Our Bones Bulletin, where you’ll find fascinating new research on how artificial indoor lighting affects your bones, why more people than ever are refusing osteoporosis … Continue Reading →
June 29, 2016 by Vivian Goldschmidt, MA
Save Our Bones Bulletin: Vermont Pioneers GMO Labeling, Medical Mistakes Claim More Lives Than Ever, Tequila Agave For Osteoporosis, And More!
This month’s Bulletin brings you some remarkable new information about GMOs, medical error, and the bone health benefits of the agave plant. The U.S. is waking up to the worldwide … Continue Reading →
May 30, 2016 by Vivian Goldschmidt, MA
Save Our Bones Bulletin: New Side Effect Warnings For Popular Antibiotics, Weekly Injectable Teriparatide, Shocking Increase Of Biased Drug Clinical Trials, And More!
I am always highly motivated to bring you the latest osteoporosis news, research, and insights. But I am especially motivated when the news reveals harmful side effects of drugs, so … Continue Reading →
April 28, 2016 by Vivian Goldschmidt, MA
Save Our Bones Bulletin: Sobering News About Americans’ Musculoskeletal Disorders And Lifestyles, Our Exciting Announcement On Osteoporosis Awareness Month, And Much More!
Welcome to the Save Our Bones Bulletin, where you can find the latest news pertaining to osteoporosis from around the world. Today’s topics include the prevalence of musculoskeletal conditions among … Continue Reading →
March 31, 2016 by Vivian Goldschmidt, MA
Save Our Bones Bulletin: Cosmetics And Blood Toxins; Prescription Drug Use On The Rise, Including Osteoporosis Drugs; Alendronate Tablets Recalled; And More!
This past month has seen some intriguing (and disturbing) new developments and revelations in the world of osteoporosis. From new research on toxins in cosmetics to an osteoporosis drug recall, … Continue Reading →
February 24, 2016 by Vivian Goldschmidt, MA
Save Our Bones Bulletin: ‘Real-Time’ Bone Health Test Could Soon Replace DXA Scans, Popular Candy Maker Will Ditch Synthetic Dyes, New Study Reveals Serum Bicarbonate Levels Affect Longevity, And More!
In this month’s Bulletin you’ll discover an intriguing method for measuring an individual’s rate of bone turnover as it happens, rather than measuring bone remodeling activity in the past, as … Continue Reading →
January 27, 2016 by Vivian Goldschmidt, MA
Save Our Bones Bulletin: City Officials Caught Lying About Lead In Water Supply; New Injectable Cement To “Treat” Osteoporosis, Just-Published Research Reveals A Protein That Regenerates Bone, And More!
It’s time for another Save Our Bones Bulletin. This time, I bring you unbelievable news about tap water safety, injectable bone “cement,” and the latest research on a protein called … Continue Reading →
December 28, 2015 by Vivian Goldschmidt, MA
Save Our Bones Bulletin: Seniors Beware! 2016 Flu Shot Contains Dangerous Adjuvant; Exciting New Research Links Sleep To Immune System “Memory”; Toxic Pesticide In Cow’s Milk Destroys Brain Cells; And More!
This month’s Bulletin is the perfect way to close out 2015. It’s full of cutting-edge news about bone health, starting with the latest information about a flu vaccine for people … Continue Reading →
November 30, 2015 by Vivian Goldschmidt, MA
Save Our Bones Bulletin: More Americans On Prescription Drugs Than Ever, Micronutrient Deficiencies On The Rise, New Study Reveals Amazing Gut Flora Benefit, And More!
This month’s bulletin is chock-full of interesting news about the prevalence of prescription drugs and micronutrient deficiencies, and brand new information about an until now unknown role played by gut … Continue Reading →