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Can Europe do better when it comes to post-fragility fracture care?

Can Europe do better when it comes to post-fragility fracture care? 

The International Osteoporosis Foundation explains how the implementation of Fracture Liaison Services could improve secondary fragility fracture prevention in Europe.   In Europe, older adults sustain...
New Perspective on Low-intensity Vibration therapy

New Perspective on Low-intensity Vibration therapy

Low-intensity Vibration therapy offers a range of benefits in boosting bone health and mitigating the impact of chronic conditions. Low-intensity Vibration therapy is a type...
The equation symbolising the mathematical model of osteoporosis overlaid on an image showing osteoporotic fractures (red) in the thoracic spine.

Predicting effective drug combinations for postmenopausal osteoporosis

A new mathematical model could help clinicians choose effective combinations of medications for postmenopausal osteoporosis. Postmenopausal osteoporosis occurs when the sudden loss of oestrogen during...
How to get strong and healthy bones

How to get strong and healthy bones

Read our latest tips on achieving strong and healthy bones and how to reduce your risk of osteoporosis and broken bones. Healthy bones protect our...
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Bone health awareness campaign to combat bone loss and osteoporosis

The International Osteoporosis Foundation has launched a campaign in partnership with the European Space Agency and ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti to raise awareness of...
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The history of vibration therapy

Dave Crucefix explores the history of whole-body vibration therapy, culminating in advanced Low-intensity Vibration (LiV) and the Marodyne LiV device. From the ancient Greeks to...
Low-intensity Vibration Therapy: Combatting an osteoporosis epidemic

Low-intensity Vibration Therapy: Combatting an osteoporosis epidemic

MyBones outlines the challenges to global bone health revealed by SCOPE 2021, and how Low-intensity Vibration therapy offers an innovative way to prevent and...
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Osteoporosis prevention: Why early diagnosis is essential for bone health

With initial diagnosis of osteoporosis often taking place after a breakage has occurred, Health Europa discusses the importance of osteoporosis prevention measures to protect...
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Women’s Health: Addressing gender inequalities in healthcare

Health Europa is delighted to bring to you our Women’s Health eBook, analysing pertinent issues currently facing women in healthcare, covering topics that include...
SCOPE 2021: it is time to prioritise osteoporosis and fracture prevention in Europe

SCOPE 2021: Prioritising osteoporosis and fracture prevention in Europe

Professor John A. Kanis, Honorary President of the International Osteoporosis Foundation and lead author of ‘SCOPE 2021: a new scorecard for osteoporosis in Europe’...

Marodyne LiV: enhancing bone health with effective osteoporosis treatment

Introducing Marodyne LiV, an innovative osteoporosis treatment that expertly inhibits and mitigates the condition, significantly boosting bone health. Low-intensity vibration (LiV) is a clinically proven...
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Study reveals detrimental effects of vaping on adult bone health

A study based in the United States has identified that the effects of vaping may be damaging for bone health, increasing the risk of...
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Exploring the impacts of menopause on women’s bone health

Dr Louise Newson, GP and menopause expert explains how hormonal changes around the menopause can have a direct impact on bone health. Understanding potential risk...
pregnancy-associated osteoporosis

Understanding pregnancy-associated osteoporosis

Dr Sarah Hardcastle, Consultant Rheumatologist at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases, spoke to Health Europa about pregnancy-associated osteoporosis. When we think of osteoporosis, we...
postmenopausal osteoporosis

Prioritising preventative treatments for postmenopausal osteoporosis

Michael Smith, Managing Director of MyBones, discusses how Low-intensity Vibration could prevent the development of osteoporosis. Treating postmenopausal women with Low-intensity Vibration (LiV) could strengthen...
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Preventing and combatting osteoporosis with low-intensity vibration

Low-intensity vibration (LiV) can naturally prevent and combat osteoporosis while improving movement, flexibility and freedom. Osteoporosis is a global health epidemic, affecting over 20 million...
Exploring osteoporosis and bone health

Exploring osteoporosis and bone health

Royal Osteoporosis Society Director of Clinical Services Lauren Wiggins tells HEQ about osteoporosis risk, research, and care. Osteoporosis, which causes the bones to become progressively...
Bone health, osteoporosis, and innovation

Bone health, osteoporosis, and innovation

National Osteoporosis Foundation Chief Medical Officer Dr Andrea Singer tells HEQ about the burden and treatment of osteoporosis. The National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF), established in...
A service model of hip fracture prevention for older people in Hong Kongtion for older people in Hong Kong

A service model of hip fracture prevention for older people in Hong Kong

Professor Timothy Kwok of the Chinese University of Hong Kong Jockey Club Centre for Osteoporosis Care and Control discusses its service model of hip...
Osteoporosis diagnosis, prevention, and treatment

Osteoporosis diagnosis, prevention, and treatment

International Osteoporosis Foundation President Professor Cyrus Cooper speaks with HEQ about the risk and burden of osteoporosis. Professor Cyrus Cooper interview by Rosemary Lobley. The International...

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