Women at increased risk of osteoporosis after menopause

With severe osteoporosis, you don't even have to fall or suffer a serious injury to break a bone. — Novartis

With International Women’s Day being marked on March 8 to celebrate the economic, cultural, social and political achievements of women, there is no better time to focus on important conditions that affect women’s health.

One of the major, but often underappreciated, health issues in women is that of post-menopausal osteoporosis.

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