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Osteoporosis – a Disease of Elderly Women?
Osteoporosis – a Disease of Elderly Women?

Or a dysfunction due to lifestyle, diet and microbiome? Not so much a disease of elderly women. Anyone who has chronic inflammation is a candidate to develop osteoporosis. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, [1] almost 25% of women 65 years of age ...

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