July 28, 2015

bone health


  • The Lowdown on Bone Spurs

    The Lowdown on Bone Spurs

    by Berkeley Wellness

    What do a dancer, a tennis player, a woman who wears high heels and a 60­-year-­old healthy per­son have in common? All are at increased risk for the painful condition known as bone spurs.

  • Men and Bone Health

    Men and Bone Health

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Both men and women reach peak bone density at around age 30 and begin to lose bone density after this point. But men tend to develop osteoporosis about 10 years later than women because they generally have bigger, stronger bones to begin with.