IOF News

April 11, 2014
IOF Regionals Taipei '14
5th Asia-Pacific Osteoporosis Meeting puts a global spotlight on your osteoporosis-related research; submit your abstract by July 4
April 5, 2014
Study shows that prevalent ankle fractures are associated with low areal BMD and bone microstructural alterations in postmenopausal women
April 5, 2014
calcium supplement tablets
Researchers at Seville congress present results of meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials of calcium supplements with or without vitamin D
April 5, 2014
winner of Olof Johnell award
International Osteoporosis Foundation recognizes leading Canadian investigator for outstanding scientific contributions to the field of osteoporosis
April 4, 2014
winner of IOF CNS Medal
International Osteoporosis Foundation awards 2014 CNS Medal to Dr Vladyslav Povoroznyuk, President of the Ukrainian Osteoporosis Association
April 4, 2014
Too Fit to Fracture international multidisciplinary panel provides health professionals with guidance to ensure safe and effective physical activity for osteoporosis patients
April 4, 2014
teenage boy sitting at computer
Study of Norwegian students finds great variation in impact on bone mineral density in boys and girls, concluding that teenage boys that spend more time in front of screen have weaker bones.
April 4, 2014
Vitamin D insufficiency sustained over 5 years contributes to increased 10-year fracture risk in elderly women
April 4, 2014
winner IOF Medal of Achievement
Annual award honours researcher who has advanced knowledge of osteoporosis through original and outstanding scientific contributions
April 3, 2014
Study presented at WCO-IOF-ESCEO Seville 2014 shows that early prevention of osteoporosis begins in youth

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