Exposure to ambient particulate matter air pollution with an aerodynamic diameter <2.5 µm and black carbon is associated with lower bone mineral content in adults.
Faster increases in bone turnover during the menopausal transition are associated with an increased risk for fracture postmenopause.
The researchers suggest including information about bone-healthy lifestyle in the management of PLWHIV, as well as earlier initiation of osteoporosis prophylaxis and treatment.
Randomized controlled trials demonstrate no fracture risk reduction with vitamin D supplements alone, according to findings from a meta-analysis.
Researchers evaluated the association between trabecular bone loss and disease activity measures in patients with axial spondyloarthritis.
Resistance exercise alone or in combination with aerobic exercise was found to be better than aerobic exercise alone in reducing weight loss-induced decreases in hip BMD.
Age at attainment of peak BMD varies by sex and skeletal site but is not affected by body mass index or race, according to study results.
Women with higher serum SHBG had an increased risk for osteoporosis, osteopenia, and fracture.
Researchers identified a network of lipid species jointly associated with markers of both osteoporosis and atherosclerosis.
Researchers found no association between subclinical thyroid dysfunction and bone mineral density in healthy middle-aged adults.
Significant changes in bone mass may occur after stroke and are more pronounced in the paretic limbs and during the first few months after the acute event.