Tag: bone health

Is Soda Consumption Impacting Women’s Bone Health?

Is Soda Consumption Impacting Women’s Bone Health?

Consuming more than two servings of soda per day on average showed potential associations with higher risk of hip fracture among postmenopausal women. Here’s what you need to know.

Inactive Teens Have Weaker Bones than Active Teens

Inactive Teens Have Weaker Bones than Active Teens

It’s common knowledge that inactive individuals can have a higher risk of becoming obese and developing numerous conditions, including type 2 diabetes. But did you know that inactive individuals, especially teenagers, have weaker bones than those who are physically active? Bones: Inactive Teens vs. Active 

Bone Tips for Stronger Hips by Jerry Hickey, R.Ph.

Bone Tips for Stronger Hips by Jerry Hickey, R.Ph.

About 325,000 Americans over the age of 65 will break their hip this year. A minimum of 25% of those with hip fractures will need assistance walking after the fracture, 25% will end up in a nursing home and 25% or more will die within 

Bone Balance Index to Determine Risk of Bone Loss for Women

Bone Balance Index to Determine Risk of Bone Loss for Women

According to Jun Wang, MS, Nutritional Consultant at InVite Health’s Forest Hills and Bronx store locations, “Osteoporosis is a health condition where your bones are weak and brittle. Health risks of osteoporosis may include an increase of fractures of the hip, wrist and spine. Generally 

Expert Discussion: Collagen by Jerry Hickey, R.Ph

Expert Discussion: Collagen by Jerry Hickey, R.Ph

Jerry Hickey is a pharmacist and radio personality and fills the esteemed role of Scientific Director and President of Invite Health. He has spent his professional life analyzing nutritional information and medical studies with the aim of creating the highest quality and most natural nutraceuticals 

Prevention of Osteoporosis in Men By Jun Wang, MS.

Prevention of Osteoporosis in Men By Jun Wang, MS.

Osteoporosis is a health condition where your bones are weak and brittle. Health risks of osteoporosis may include an increase of fractures of the hip, wrist and spine. Generally speaking, osteoporosis is bone loss and, every day since the day we are born, our bones