Research update: Increased muscle strength may help protect against osteoporosis regardless of gender and ethnicity

Nearly 10 million adults in the United States have osteoporosis – a condition where the bones have deteriorated to such a point that the person is at a significantly increased risk of fracture and mortality. Experts expect this number to increase by 30% by 2030. The estimated national cost of osteoporosis-related injury and treatment in 2008 was $22 billion. Due to the widespread impact of osteoporosis, we could all benefit from reducing the occurrence of this condition.

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