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The Prevalence of Osteoporosis in the Hispanic Community

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    While osteoporosis was thought to have affected primarily non-Hispanic white women, recent evidence suggests that Hispanic men and women have a similar or higher frequency of this chronic condition. Dr. Sabrina E. Noel, Ph.D., R.D., discusses her studies regarding the prevalence of osteoporosis in the Hispanic community.

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    While osteoporosis was thought to have affected primarily non-Hispanic white women, recent evidence suggests that Hispanic men and women have a similar or higher frequency of this chronic condition. Dr. Sabrina E. Noel, Ph.D., R.D., discusses her studies regarding the prevalence of osteoporosis in the Hispanic community.

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