Young women with Type 1 diabetes face bone health issues

09/3/2008 | Medscape (free registration)

Younger women who have Type 1 diabetes show ongoing decreases in bone mineral density, which, over time, could put them at risk for postmenopausal fractures, researchers report. Providers should counsel these patients on lifestyle changes that may improve bone health, such as getting enough calcium, vitamin D and exercise.

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