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NEWS YOU CAN USE: Men Get Osteoporosis, Too. “‘We need to pay a lot more attention to osteoporosis…

NEWS YOU CAN USE: Men Get Osteoporosis, Too. “‘We need to pay a lot more attention to osteoporosis in men,’ Dr. Adler said in an interview. ‘It’s erroneous to think it’s a lady’s disease. And because many men and their doctors think that, men are less likely than women to be evaluated and treated after […]
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