Caption: Osteoporosis makes bones
less dense and more prone to fractures.
Five members of the Joven family, including the father, are suffering from osteogenesis imperfecta, a genetic disorder which makes bones
Vitamin D deficiency can lead to a range of complications, including a condition called osteomalacia, which makes bones
soft, painful and more likely to break.
The nanoparticles with the negative biomolecules on their surface promoted stem cell proliferation but suppressed "matrix mineralization": the process that leads to the deposition of minerals into the bone's scaffolding, which makes bones
The researchers said they found that CBD makes bones
stronger during healing and harder to break in the future.
Osteoporosis makes bones
weak and more likely to break.
Magnesium is a mineral that makes bones
more flexible, while calcium makes them more fragile and prone to break.
While the fines and service can be stomached, the latest development makes Bones
Scientists have known for years that childhood physical activity makes bones
It was found that sabertooth arm bones were not only larger in diameter than other cats, they also had thicker cortical bone, the dense outer layer that makes bones
strong and stiff.
Exercise: This makes bones
and muscles stronger and helps prevent bone loss.
A snail makes its hard shell by secreting a substance that contains calcium, the same mineral that makes bones
Researchers at the California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) Research Institute are challenging a widely held belief that fractures resulting from major trauma, such as automobile accidents, are not related to osteoporosis, the common disease that makes bones
weak and prone to fracture.
Then there's osteoporosis--disease that makes bones
thin and likely to break easily.
The Leamington centre is holding a programme of fundraising activities in the next six months for the society and to increase awareness of the condition, which makes bones
more fragile and can cause shrinking.