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About Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is the thinning of bones, that occurs due to an imbalance in bone resorption and bone formation, increasing the risk for fractures. Hormones and minerals play a vital role in maintaining normal bone density and preventing bone loss

This animation gives an insight into the anatomy of bone and the common bone weakening disease associated with ageing, Osteoporosis – its Causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and self-care.

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