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Pharmacists can help patients decipher a product's label warnings to determine appropriateness for use with prostate or kidney issues.

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Patients frequently are reluctant to seek professional treatment for this painful condition.

Diabetic Foot Complications

According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), 60% to 70% of diabetes patients develop peripheral nerve damage.

Antimicrobial Prophylaxis in Joint Arthroplasty 11/20/2012

Primary joint replacement, or arthroplasty, is commonly performed to relieve disabling joint pain in patients experiencing various arthropathies.

Oral Treatment Options for Chronic Osteomyelitis 11/20/2012

Chronic osteomyelitis, a complicated infection of bones and joints, usually occurs in adults and produces symptoms after several weeks.

Bone Health in Adults 10/19/2012

The surgeon general’s report states that, by 2020, half of all Americans aged ≥50 years will have weak bones unless they change their diet and lifestyle.

Focus on the Foot: Changes With Age and Disease 10/19/2012

Age-related changes of the foot and manifestations of systemic disease cause problems including pain, infection, and reduced range of motion.

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Stress Fracture 10/19/2012

Stress fractures are most common in the weight-bearing bones of the lower leg and foot, although they can occur elsewhere.


Treatment of Paget’s Disease of Bone 10/19/2012

Paget’s disease of bone, also known as osteitis deformans, is a localized disorder of the skeletal system that is characterized by increased bone turnover.

Modifying Calcium and Vitamin D Supplementation Intake in Women at Risk of Osteoporosis 9/19/2012

The primary objective of this study was to identify women not taking the recommended amount of supplements.



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Osteoporosis Drugs Linked to Thigh Fractures 6/20/2012



Total Hip Arthroplasty: Presurgical and Postsurgical Drug Therapies 11/16/2011

Each year, hip fractures contribute to more than 225,000 hospitalizations in Medicare recipients, and this number is expected to double by the year 2040.

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Bone Spur 10/19/2011

Osteophytes that develop on the heel of the foot (heel spurs) are particularly common.


Hip Fractures From Falls 10/19/2011

Many experts predict an epidemic of hip fractures as the population ages, and the CDC estimates that the number could reach 650,000 annually (1,800/day) by 2050.

Maintenance Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis 10/19/2011

A multidisciplinary approach is essential, with a focus on the entire body rather than just the affected joint. 

Tendinitis: A Misnomer? 10/19/2011

Common causes of tendon pain rarely have an inflammatory component. 

Possible Risk of Thigh Bone Fracture With Bisphosphonates 12/17/2010



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Knee Replacement Surgery 6/18/2009

Surgery to repair an injured or diseased knee joint is known as total knee replacement or total knee arthroplasty.


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Osteoporosis: A Preventable Part of Aging 6/18/2009

Osteoporosis is a disease of the bones that affects both men and women.

Osteomalacia: Vitamin D Deficiency and Bone Pain 3/18/2009

Osteomalacia is less common than osteoporosis, can be insidious, and may present comorbidly with osteoporosis.

Wrist and Thumb Pain in Seniors 1/26/2009

Differentiation can be made between tenosynovitis, osteoarthritis at the thumb joint, or the presence of both disorders.


Calcium Supplements for Osteoporosis 9/18/2008

With the aging of the baby boomers, osteoporosis is looming as a major national epidemic.

Male Osteoporosis 8/20/2007

Osteoporosis, known as the silent disease , can occur in all patients once their bones become thin and weak.

Arthritis: Leading Caof Disability 5/18/2007

Arthritis and other rheumatic conditions are among the most common chronic diseases and represent the leading cause of disability among adults.

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