This controlled clinical trial explores whether testosterone treatment of older men with low testosterone improves their bone density and strength.
This randomized clinical trial reports that high-dose cholecalciferol in postmenopausal women with low 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels had a small effect on calcium absorption and no significant effects on bone mineral density, muscle function, or falls.
This randomized clinical trial found that 1 dose of zoledronic acid improved bone mineral density over 2 years in frail elderly women with osteoporosis, but the clinical importance of nonsignificant increases in fracture and mortality needs further study.
This randomized clinical trial finds the rate of injurious falls and injured fallers more than halved with strength and balance training in home-dwelling older women, while neither exercise nor vitamin D affected the rate of falls. See the Invited Commentary by LeBlanc and Chou.
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