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Articles about bone

Technology
by Dude88
8 years ago
Bone Microanatomy

Did you know that the bone is a living structure? It does not only support your body but it also grows as you grow. When you were born, you have more than 300 bones and as you grow and become an adult, the number of bones you have becomes...

Technology
by Dude88
8 years ago
Anatomy of the Human Skull

The brain, being one of the most vital organs of the body is perfectly positioned inside one of the hardest bones in the body. The skull or cranium to the medical world is the bone tasked to protect the processor of the human body. The Human Skull ...

Health
by timw
9 years ago
Exercises for your Bones - Lifelong Natural Bone Health

In order to reach and maintain our optimum bone health throughout our lives, we need to perform load bearing and impact exercises that help our bones to stay strong. Research has shown that certain types of exercises will cause you to increase your bone mineral density during the key bone formative years, and help maintain your bone mineral density during the declining years.

Health
by JimMBA
8 years ago
Broken Sesamoid Bone Treatment

Experiencing sesamoid pain? Broken Sesamoid Bone treatment in here!

Health
by BobD
7 years ago
Bones - Get To Know A Part Of Your Body You (Hopefully) Never See

Learn some basic information about an important part of the body - Bones

Entertainment
by egdcltd
8 years ago
How to Reduce the Cost of Training Prayer in RuneScape Using Bones, Demonic Ashes, Random Events, Bonus XP Weekends, the Ectofuntus and Task Rewards

Prayer can be one of the most expensive skills to train in RuneScape. This article looks into how Prayer training cost can be reduced using Random Events, Bonus XP Weekends, Task Rewards and the Ectofuntus, as well as looking at the experience gained from different Bones and Demonic ashes.

Health
by Dude88
8 years ago
Microanatomy of the Bones and Joints of the Hand and Wrist

For medical professionals, knowledge on basic anatomy aids in the diagnosis and treatment of certain injuries. Injuries regarding the wrists and hands are very common and an understanding on the anatomy of these parts of the body reveal just how fragile the hand and wrist is. The Wrist...

Health
by JimMBA
8 years ago
Causes of Sesamoiditis

Learn about the causes of Sesamoiditis

Health
by Dude88
8 years ago
Microanatomy of the Hip Bone, Pelvic Girdle and the Pelvis

The Hip bone, pelvic girdle and the pelvis is situated strategically to carry the weight of the upper body while giving support to the lower body. It is an important area of the body as it also gives shape and contour to our appearance. The Hip Bone ...

Health
by sfantar
7 years ago
What Minerals Are Common in Bone & Cartilage?

Bones provide your body with its basic framework and shape, but healthy cartilage keeps it moving smoothly. All bone-building nutrients matter but are not all created equal. Some minerals are more abundant than others and are "deal-breakers" when it comes to bone health.

Health
by godfather25
10 years ago
Calcium for bone density






Calcium for bone density is the most important mineral for bone production. Without calcium, your bones become brittle and weak. A proper calcium diet provides bone density, and proper functioning for nerves and muscles. The body is made up of 1.5% of calcium, where 99% of calcium is found in...

Health
by godfather25
10 years ago
The best osteoporosis supplements





Finding the best osteoporosis supplements are some of the more helpful ways to treat osteoporosis naturally. Osteoporosis results into lack of bone density and brittle bones. Finding out information on osteoporosis will usually result into mineral deficiency. Figuring out how to prevent osteoporosis, and treating osteoporosis will determine of...

Health
by Dr_E
9 years ago
Health: Do you need a Bone Density Scan - What you need to know about aging bones

We all need to be aware of the importance of caring for our aging bones. Lack of calcium reduces the mass of our bone density. This can cause fractures to our spine, wrist and hips.

Technology
by Dude88
8 years ago
The Joints - Support System of the Bones

No matter how sturdy the bone is, it is still by definition a rigid structure. You cannot bend or twist your bone; however all of these can be done with the joints. The joints allow movements between the bones and are protected against friction by a cartilage. Joints are...

Health
by Magdaleine Lamour
7 years ago
What is Osteopenia?

Osteopenia is a condition when someone's Bone Mass Density is less than a normal peak value but more than what is needed to be classified under osteoporosis.

Technology
by Dude88
8 years ago
Knowing more about the collar bone (Clavicle Anatomy)

The word clavicle is derived from the Latin word “clavis”, meaning key. It is an S-shaped bone that connects the trunk with the upper extremities. It is known in layman’s terms as the collar bone. It is the first bone to ossify, and is the most fractured long bone...

Health
by goodselfme
10 years ago
Jaw bone grafting before dental implant

In the process of selecting to have dental implants, I ran into a snag that was remedied with jaw bone grafting. My road from beginning to end can be explained to perhaps help someone else know the journey ahead of them if this is a path for selection. Please...

Health
by ZackProser
10 years ago
Taking Fosomax As Your Osteoporosis Medication

Image by Tom Varco Fosomax, known as alendronate generically, is a powerful FDA approved osteoporosis medication. Osteoporosis, which literally means, porous bones, is a serious degenerative disease that currently affects 1 in 5 American women who are 50 years old or older. Fosomax is designed to...

Health
by dkittel
8 years ago
Interesting Facts About Your Collar Bone

My son's recent fracture of his collar bone made me want to learn more about the clavicle and why breaking it is a frequent injury in young adults.

Health
by Yindee
4 years ago
Osteoporosis is not a silent disease. It creeps up on us but can be prevented

Our bones provide calcium and magnesium for emergency supplies but we need to replace these minerals or we cause osteoporosis to take its toll on our bones.

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