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    Talk to your doctor about your fracture risk and potential osteoporosis treatment options; an important part of bone health management. Use this Doctor Discussion Guide to help make the most of your next appointment.

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    Approximately 1 in 2 women and up to 1 in 4 men over the age of 50 will suffer from a broken bone due to osteoporosis in their lifetime. Assess your risk factors for Low Bone Density today to help you determine your level of risk of breaking a bone.

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We've all heard that healthy bones are an essential part of an active lifestyle. But what does that really mean? Read on to discover how you can keep your bones strong and healthy: learn about the effects of osteoporosis and bone loss, understand your risk of bone breaks (fractures) and find out about the importance of diet, exercise, and treatment.

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Health and Bone

Knowledge is power. Having a thorough understanding of your condition is important and will better enable you to take control of your bone health.

This section provides you with an excellent overview of everything you need to know about osteoporosis.

Health and Bone

Understanding your risk factors based on new Osteoporosis Canada guidelines can help you be more proactive in managing your bone health. Use our Doctor Discussion Guide to kick-start your journey to healthier bones. Simply answer a few questions and print off a copy to bring up with your doctor at your next visit. Your bones will thank you for it.

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