Category Archives: Osteoporosis

FDA on Bone Drugs – Taking “confusion” to a new level

Turns out these ubiquitous drugs may not be right for you. A new FDA analysis of bone drugs was published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine and is making big news—in the New York Times article (see … Continue reading

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Without dairy, where do we get our calcium?

A reader in the UK requested that I write a blog about calcium in a 4-Leaf diet — a topic that is almost as misunderstood as protein; particularly the best food sources for each. Most of us grew up believing … Continue reading

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Early puberty — a realtime update from a reader

After blogging on this subject last week,one of my readers shared it with her daughter — whose six-year old was showing some early puberty signs. Just received an email from this young mother (a school psychologist) on Monday… Hi Jim, … Continue reading

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