Children with frequent fractures double the risk of fractures as adults

ⓒ Daily Post = image courtesy/Flickr ㅣDaily Post = Reporter Kim Jeong-eunㅣIt is not uncommon for people to have had a fracture in childhood, but there are also people who have never had a fracture in their life. As a result of analyzing follow-up data over 50 years, it was found that ‘those who have … Read more

Health Net” Sarcopenia is the killer of the elderly’s disability!Medicine teaches eating and moving 4 steps- Silver Hair World- Free Health Network

The doctor said that the best way to get vitamin D is to bask in the sun. Sunshine for 15 minutes a day can replenish vitamin D, slow down muscle loss, and maintain bone health; the picture shows the situation. (The picture is taken from photoAC) [Health Channel/Comprehensive Report]Sarcopenia not only causes a decrease in … Read more

How to maintain the joints?Nutritionists teach 3 major groups to eat like this – Silver Hair World – Free Health Network

A nutritionist pointed out that the elderly are one of the high-risk groups for joint pain, and they should consume at least 3 pieces of palm soy fish balls and 1 cup of dairy products every day, so that the body has sufficient protein to synthesize muscles; the picture is a situational photo. (Picture taken … Read more

How to maintain the joints?Nutritionists teach 3 major groups to eat like this – Silver Hair World – Free Health Network

A nutritionist pointed out that the elderly are one of the high-risk groups for joint pain, and they should consume at least 3 pieces of palm soy fish balls and 1 cup of dairy products every day, so that the body has sufficient protein to synthesize muscles; the picture is a situational photo. (Picture taken … Read more

[컨슈머Q&A] Permanent disability due to nerve damage after arm fracture surgery

For the wise consumption of readers, the woman consumer Reconstructing cases of damage relief by the Korea Consumer Agency We will guide you. If there are cases of unresolved damage Please contact us through the Woman Consumer Consumer Report. Q He fell down the stairs and fractured the upper part of his right elbow and … Read more

Is ‘osteopenia’ a woman’s disease? More at risk for ‘older men’

Osteopenia, which is weak in bone density, is easy to understand as a disease of postmenopausal women, but it is not. The number of elderly male patients was similarly high, and the fatality rate from fractures was higher in males. Medical reporter Yoo Seung-hyun explains in detail. A, in his 60s, fell while walking two … Read more