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Risks of Osteoporosis in Women

  By posted Apr 2nd 2014
Healthy Living

It’s a common notion that osteoporosis, a bone disease, occurs only when you start ageing. But, studies have revealed that lack of calcium and vitamin D in women have increased their risks of getting osteoporosis at an early age. So, it is essential to keep your bones healthy and strong.


 *Data Courtesy: Dr Aby K Koshy,Consultant Gynaecologist, specialising in reproductive medicine, Sunrise Group of Hospitals.*Images courtesy: © Thinkstock photos/ Getty Images

 

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