Do DXA (DEXA) Scans Actually Predict Fractures?

Accuracy in the ability to predict fracture has recently been called to question, as DXA scans may not show the entire picture.   When testing for bone mass density, the most common of tests is a DXA scan. This scan entails a 20 min. process where two x-ray emissions are aimed into specific areas of the body to analyze the density or porosity of the bone mass. … [Read more...]

A Link Between Osteoporosis and Depression

Recent research has made a link between low bone mineral density and depression An array of studies is now showing that individuals with depression may also be at risk of osteoporosis. This can include younger females who are premenopausal as well as males who suffer from depression, even though osteoporosis affects more females that males. individuals with osteoporosis … [Read more...]