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Bone Health and Osteoporosis: A Guide for Asian Women Aged 50 and Older

Last published 04/2015

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這份指南向您介紹了維護骨骼健康對於預防骨質疏鬆症的重要意義。這本指南解釋了鈣和維他命D對健康的重要性,以及如何在亞裔人士所習慣的膳食當中增加鈣和維他命D的含量。本文還介紹了預防骨質疏鬆和跌跤的方法,並闡釋了骨礦物質密度檢查的重要性。本指南還介紹了骨質疏鬆的治療方法。

This fact sheet contains information about the importance of bone health in the prevention of osteoporosis. It describes the significance of calcium and vitamin D, and how to increase the amount of each in Asian diets. It provides information about ways to prevent osteoporosis and falls, as well as the importance of bone mineral density testing. There is also information about the treatment of osteoporosis.

NIH Publication No. 15-7923-C

Length: 5 pp.

Intended Audience:

  • General public
  • For medical & health professionals to share with patients

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This publication is in the public domain. It can be reproduced.

Size: 8 1/2 x 11

Language: Chinese


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