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Untangling vitamin D activation pathways in inflammation and bone health - Medical Xpress



Medical Xpress
 
Untangling vitamin D activation pathways in inflammation and bone health 
Medical Xpress
Researchers have identified a region of the genome that regulates vitamin D activation in the kidneys, opening the door for more sophisticated treatments of diseases, including bone and immune disorders, involving vitamin D. The results of this ...

 


Bone turnover markers predict later bone loss in healthy men - Healio



Bone turnover markers predict later bone loss in healthy men 
Healio
... whereas they remain remarkably high in men, not reaching nadir until the fifth or sixth decade of life,? Charlotte Verroken, MD, of the department of endocrinology and metabolic bone diseases at Ghent University Hospital in Belgium, and colleagues ...

 


A bone-resorption surface-targeting nanoparticle to deliver anti-miR214 for osteoporosis therapy - Dove Medical Press



A bone-resorption surface-targeting nanoparticle to deliver anti-miR214 for osteoporosis therapy 
Dove Medical Press
... and bone microarchitecture and bone mass were improved in ovariectomized osteoporosis mice. Therefore, Asp8-PU could be a useful bone-resorption surface-targeting delivery system for treatment of osteoclast-induced bone diseases and aging-related ...

 


New insights into rare-among-rare genetic bone disorder - News-Medical.net



News-Medical.net
 
New insights into rare-among-rare genetic bone disorder 
News-Medical.net
I have been writing about conditions that cause out-of-place bone formation for over 10 years ? since the discovery of the gene in 2006 for the rare bone disorder, FOP (fibrodysplasia ossificans progressive). But it was while interviewing geneticist ...

 


Intensive resistance training safe, effective for women with osteoporosis - Reuters



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Intensive resistance training safe, effective for women with osteoporosis 
Reuters
(Reuters Health) - High-intensity resistance and impact training (HiRIT) may improve bone and muscle strength in select postmenopausal women with osteoporosis, according to a small study in Australia. ... enough (nor) had a sufficient number of ...
The Health Benefits of Exercise for Osteoporosis Scoop.co.nz (press release) (blog)

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Rising obesity rates impact fertility among young adults - Healio



Rising obesity rates impact fertility among young adults 
Healio
?We tend to think of this as a women's issue, but it actually takes two people to make a baby,? Rhoda H. Cobin, MD, clinical professor of medicine in the division of medicine, endocrinology and bone disease at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount ...

 


Bone Therapeutics SA : The preliminary documents for the ... - GlobeNewswire (press release)



Bone Therapeutics SA : The preliminary documents for the ... 
GlobeNewswire (press release)
Gosselies, Belgium, 13 October 2017, 7am CEST - BONE THERAPEUTICS (Euronext Brussels and Paris: BOTHE), the bone cell therapy company addressing ...

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New techniques may help scientists understand and manipulate bone remodeling - EurekAlert (press release)



New techniques may help scientists understand and manipulate bone remodeling 
EurekAlert (press release)
While this is the case for many healthy individuals, some people suffer from bone diseases in which cells that remodel bone do not effectively communicate with the cells meant to signal repairs. This can result in brittle or deformed bones and poor ...

 


Can A Diabetes Drug Help Us Build Stronger Bones? - Medical News Bulletin



Medical News Bulletin
 
Can A Diabetes Drug Help Us Build Stronger Bones? 
Medical News Bulletin
Boregowda says they may even start exploring how TNP could repair and heal broken bones in other diseases. Phinney, on the other hand, is aiming for the stars. He's interested how the drug might prevent bone deterioration in astronauts working in ...

 


Annual 'Funtasia' fundraiser offers hope for rare bone disease - Brooklyn Daily Eagle



Brooklyn Daily Eagle
 
Annual 'Funtasia' fundraiser offers hope for rare bone disease 
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
MHE is a rare genetic bone disease in which bone tumors cause pain, limited joint movement and other serious complications. The well-attended event held at the El Caribe Country Club in Mill Basin featured music, dancing, food and prizes. All of the ...