Expert Video - Who is most at risk for osteoporosis and why?

Risa Kagan, MD, FACOG, of the University of California, San Francisco, discusses who is at risk for primary osteoporosis, which develops on its own, and secondary osteoporosis, which is caused by factors including medicines and other health conditions. Gender differences, lifestyle factors, certain medical conditions, and events in childhood and young adulthood can influence the development of peak bone mass and in turn, the risk of developing osteoporosis.

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