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Osteoporosis and Dental Health

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Published on: January 25, 2012

In America, an estimated 10 million people are afflicted with osteoporosis, and 80% of these are women. This means, osteoporosis affects more women than cancer, stroke, and heart disease combined. In addition, low bone density (osteopenia) affects 34 million, and these people have a higher risk for developing osteoporosis. What [...]

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