Osteoporosis [videorecording] : new treatments for bone loss / a presentation of Films for the Humanities & Sciences ; produced by Information Television Network.
Contributor(s): Duerr, Nancy | Films for the Humanities (Firm).Material type: FilmSeries: Cutting edge medical report: Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c2001Subject(s): OsteoporosisDDC classification: 616.716
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Host, Nancy Duerr.
(Producer) Osteoporosis eats away at bones, leaving them dangerously weak-and there is no specific age group, gender, or ethnicity that is immune from it. What causes such debilitating deterioration, and what can be done to resist it? This program describes the symptoms of osteoporosis while providing information on medications such as raloxifene, Fosamax, Actonel, and calcitonin. The importance of good nutrition and regular exercise as preventive measures is emphasized.