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Between 2002 and 2014, 461 vertebral fractures and 921 hip fractures occurred. Women with a history of OSA had a 2-fold higher risk of vertebral fracture relative to those with no OSA history. As risk factors, age and gender are the biggest drivers of fractures.
Women are far more likely to have a fracture than men, in fact, one in two women over the age of 50 will have a fracture in her lifetime. This is because women’s bones even at their best (age 25–30) are generally smaller and less dense than men’s bones. When it came to hip fractures, women who’d reported higher amounts of physical activity at the study’s start typically had a lower risk. For example, women who regularly got moderate to.
Researchers have found that women with a history of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) may face a higher risk of spine or vertebral fractures. Results from a new study published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research now indicate that women with history of OSA may face a higher risk of spine, or vertebral, fractures. Using.
It’s well established that women with low body weight have lower bone density and are at increased risk for many types of bone fracture. Let’s better understand this link between body weight and fracture risk and then look at the many steps thinner women can take to start strengthening their bones. New York, Sep 11 (IANS): Researchers have found that women with a history of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) may face a higher risk of spine or vertebral fractures.
OSA is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. Risk factors include age. Low bone mineral density was associated with increased risk of bone fractures in both black and white women, say the researchers. However, they say bone fracture rates were 30% to 40% lower.
Measuring bone mineral density 3 years after a baseline assessment does not improve the accuracy of fracture risk prediction in healthy postmenopausal women, according to new research. Older Adults Who Take Antidepressants Are Prone To Falls And Have Double The Risk Of Bone Fractures.
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