Vegans Are at Greater Risk of Fracture Than Meat Eaters News/Column | Health Story

While many people choose to be vegetarian for a number of reasons, such as diet and health, new research shows that vegetarianism is at greater risk of fractures. This is the result of tracking and analyzing more than 50,000 British people over 18 years. HealthDay, a US health information site, reported on the 23rd that… Continue reading Vegans Are at Greater Risk of Fracture Than Meat Eaters News/Column | Health Story

“Ankle Injury” Causes and Treatments

Ankle and foot It is another important organ for humans to walk, stand and run steadily. Each person’s feet are different and have their own unique characteristics. There is an adaptation of the foot structure through use and activity. Foot injuries that each person encounters Including wearing shoes can affect your feet and ankles as… Continue reading “Ankle Injury” Causes and Treatments

Amgen joins hands with China Women’s Development Foundation and others to help women’s bone health

Original title: Amgen joins hands with China Women’s Development Foundation to help women’s bone health On October 19, 2020, on the occasion of World Osteoporosis Day, developed by Chinese womenfundThe “Happy Family HealthmanagementPromotion Plan-Action Le Bone · Women’s Bone Health Education Project” kick-off meeting was held in Beijing. Vice Chairman of the Standing Committee of… Continue reading Amgen joins hands with China Women’s Development Foundation and others to help women’s bone health

World Osteoporosis Day, how to check my bone health? | News/Column | Health Story

Today (20th) is World Osteoporosis Day. Osteoporosis refers to a condition in which bones become weaker and fracture easily just by falling or bumping. The International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) urged all adults to be alert about the risk factors for osteoporosis. Osteoporosis can lead to a chain of life-threatening fractures. In adults over 50 years… Continue reading World Osteoporosis Day, how to check my bone health? | News/Column | Health Story

The study shows that LED-based UV irradiation prevents bone and muscle loss in aged mice

Reviewed by Emily Henderson, B.Sc.9 October 2020 A research team from the University of Nagoya in Japan revealed that narrow beam ultraviolet (UV) irradiation using light-emitting diodes (LEDs) safely increases serum vitamin D levels in aged mice and thus prevents loss of bone and muscle mass. The results were recently published in the journal Scientific… Continue reading The study shows that LED-based UV irradiation prevents bone and muscle loss in aged mice

Updates from the Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and Hospital Foundation

Of the many health-related things we monitor, protecting our bones probably isn’t high on the list. However, bones play many essential roles in the body. Their main function is to provide structure, but also to protect organs, anchor muscles and store calcium. We all grew up being told that it is important to build strong… Continue reading Updates from the Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and Hospital Foundation