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Soft Drinks & Bone Health

Many people enjoy drinking sodas. They are sweet, fizzy, and sometimes come with caffeine to help pep you up. However, many people wonder if they are unhealthy to consume. Inconsistent evidence There have been several large epidemiological studies that found that women who drink one or two sodas on a daily basis tend to have a lower bone density. Other studies have shown regular soda consumers are at a higher risk of...


4 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Osteoporosis

Estimates show that over 200 million people are living with osteoporosis. This condition is characterized by your bone density decreasing resulting in your bones becoming porous. As a result, you are at a higher risk of fracture due to your bones becoming more fragile. If you have osteoporosis, it is important to be informed and the best way to get information is to ask your doctor the right questions. What is...


4 Bad Cycling Habits That Could Be Hurting Your Knees

Cycling is a great way to maintain your flexibility and work your anterior (front) and posterior (back) leg muscles. It's also a low-impact form of exercise that's often gentle on your joints. However, the repetitive motions required for cycling can be hard on your knees – especially if any of the following bad cycling habits apply to you. 1. Pushing Yourself Too Hard It's fine to have goals if you're an...


Keeping Your Back Healthy and Happy

Affecting anywhere from 80 to 90 percent of the population at one time or another, back pain is something most people want to avoid whenever possible. Embrace Ergonomics If you spent most of past year experiencing recurring back pain it may be, in part, because of the way your workspace is set up. A workspace designed with ergonomics in mind is one way to resolve this problem. This simply means: Using a...


Using Your Mind to Keep Your Musculoskeletal System Healthy

While orthopedic pain can certainly have a very real physical cause or source, as is often the case with a herniated disc or damaged joint, the way you interpret pain is largely based on your mental perceptions. Your mental state can also affect the various parts of your musculoskeletal system. So, if your goal is to take control of any existing discomfort you may be experiencing or to improve your...


Stock Up on These Foods After Surgery

Having orthopedic surgery can lead to noticeable improvements with mobility, joint function, and overall quality of life. Many procedures performed today involve minimally invasive techniques that can reduce surgery risks and shorten recovery times. If you are hoping to make the time you'll need to let your body heal and recover from common orthopedic procedures like partial or complete joint replacement surgery even more productive, consider incorporating the following foods...