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Any Initial Bone Fracture Ups Risk for More Fractures in Older Women

May 11, 2021. 3:35 PM CDT.

All types of initial bone fractures associated with increased risk for subsequent fractures among postmenopausal women

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Cannabis Use Disorder Tied to Spine Surgery Complications

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USPSTF Finds Evidence Insufficient for Vitamin D Screening

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Medicare Payment Patterns Examined for Hip Fracture Surgery

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