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Older adults with osteoporosis and associated fractures are often not diagnosed or treated appropriately, according to recent research.
According to the findings of a recent study, older men are less likely to undergo screening and treatment for osteoporosis compared with older women.


Kyle Schweser, MD, and Brett Crist, MD, discuss the numerous treatment options and recommendations that are currently available for osteoporosis in men and postmenopausal women. 
Since heart failure and osteoporosis are related by advancing age the question could be asked: Is a link between the two?
Despite the prevalence and risks of osteoporotic fractures in men, research shows that men perceive osteoporosis to be a women’s disease.
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