Please enable JS

Short time between pregnancies linked to osteoporosis

8/ 20

ARTICLE DETAILS

AUTHOR: GHLF Staff

DATE: Aug 20, 2015

TAGS:

SHARE ON: Twitter - Facebook - LinkedIn

MEDIA CONTACT
Name : Jessica Daitch
Phone: 917-816-6712
Email: [email protected]

Short time between pregnancies linked to osteoporosis

(Reuters Health) – Women who have pregnancies less than a year apart may have a greater risk for osteoporosis later in life than those who wait longer between babies, a study suggests.

Researchers compared the reproductive histories of 239 postmenopausal women with osteoporosis to 298 similar women without thinning bones. Pregnancies no more than 12 months apart were linked to a four-fold higher risk of osteoporosis, the study found.


Click here to read more


 

Oops! We could not locate your form.