Harvard Men's Health Watch

Men at risk of low bone strength not checked as closely as women

Men at risk of low bone strength are not checked for it nearly as often as women, according to a study in The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. Having a fracture is a possible sign of low bone strength (osteoporosis), and some guidelines suggest bone density testing for people 50 and older after a fracture.
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