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Treating Osteoporotic Pain: Expert Interview

Treating Osteoporotic Pain: Expert Interview

Pain resulting from osteoporotic fractures should be treated with a multimodal approach that includes pharmacological and nonpharmacological strategies.

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Denosumab Promising for TDT-Induced Osteoporosis Treatment

Denosumab Promising for TDT-Induced Osteoporosis Treatment

Denosumab may be beneficial for managing transfusion-dependent thalassemia-induced osteoporosis.

An Intermediary Role for Insulin Resistance in the Adipose-Bone Mass Relationship in Adolescents

An Intermediary Role for Insulin Resistance in the Adipose-Bone Mass Relationship in Adolescents

Insulin resistance may play an intermediary role in the relationship between adiposity and lumbar spine bone mass in adolescents.

Vitamin D Supplementation Has No Effect on Musculoskeletal Health

Vitamin D Supplementation Has No Effect on Musculoskeletal Health

There is little justification for the use of vitamin D supplements to maintain or improve musculoskeletal health.

Zoledronate Lowers Fracture Risk in Women With Osteopenia

Zoledronate Lowers Fracture Risk in Women With Osteopenia

The risk for fragility fractures is significantly lower in women with osteopenia who receive zoledronate than in those who receive placebo.

Fifteen Genetic Determinants of Fracture Identified

Fifteen Genetic Determinants of Fracture Identified

Fifteen genetic determinants of fracture, which are also associated with bone mineral density, have been identified.

Advanced Glycation End Products and esRAGE Predict Hip Fractures in Older Men

Advanced Glycation End Products and esRAGE Predict Hip Fractures in Older Men

Investigators assess whether circulating advanced glycation end products and esRAGE were associated with bone turnover and risk for fracture.

Poststroke Statin Therapy Associated With Lower Risk for Osteoporosis, Fractures

Poststroke Statin Therapy Associated With Lower Risk for Osteoporosis, Fractures

A variety of underlying mechanisms may be attributed to the role of statins in preventing bone-related disorders.

Lower Postoperative Mortality With Hip Fracture Surgery on Day of Admission

Lower Postoperative Mortality With Hip Fracture Surgery on Day of Admission

Postoperative mortality is lower for medically stable older patients who undergo surgery for hip fracture on the day of admission or the following day.

Influence of Weight Loss, Resistance Training, and Aerobic Training on Bone Health

Influence of Weight Loss, Resistance Training, and Aerobic Training on Bone Health

Investigators assessed the effect of exercise modality during dietary-induced on bone health.

Sedation Level After Hip Fracture Repair May Not Affect Delirium Risk

Sedation Level After Hip Fracture Repair May Not Affect Delirium Risk

For older patients undergoing hip fracture repair, the level of sedation does not affect delirium risk overall.

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