After the fall: women's views of fractures in relation to bone health at midlife.

@article{Meadows2004AfterTF,
  title={After the fall: women's views of fractures in relation to bone health at midlife.},
  author={Lynn M Meadows and Linda A Mrkonjic and Laura E Lagendyk and Kimberly M A Petersen},
  journal={Women & health},
  year={2004},
  volume={39 2},
  pages={47-62}
}
Past research has established the link between low energy fractures and the risk for future fractures. These fractures are potential markers for investigation of bone health, and may be precursors for osteoporosis. In spite of its significant public health burden, including burden of illness and economic costs, many individuals are not aware of the risk… CONTINUE READING