Osteoporisis

Posted by on February 10, 2016 in Blog, Uncategorized
Osteoporisis

Osteoporosis is the bone loss that occurs frequently among women in post-menopausal years. It can cause thin bones, pain, and the increased risk of fractures. It's also what causes the distinctive sloped shoulder appearance frequently seen in elderly women. About half of women and a quarter of men older than 50 will develop some sort of osteoporosis-related health issue at some point in their life, usually a fracture. Types of Menopause Menopause occurs when a woman's reproductive ho...

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Male Hormone Facts

Posted by on February 3, 2016 in Blog, Uncategorized
Male Hormone Facts

Male hormones are what make men masculine. Male hormones cause the male body to be taller, stronger, and more muscular than women's bodies. During adolescence is when boys get their first blast of testosterone. It's what cause the changes that come with puberty: The lowering of the voice, the increased sex drive, hair on the chest and elsewhere on the body. Hormones and the Body The body has hundreds of different types of hormones. In fact, hormones are the chemicals that control ho...

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