Reclast is a bone-building drug that requires only one dose to rebuild older women's hips, spines and other frail bones. Since osteoporosis is one of the leading concerns for women as they age, a fast-acting bone-building drug is something that would be promising for just about anyone -- young or old.
As boomers and seniors continue to lead active lives well into their retirement, a bone-building drug helps maintain the lifestyle they are accustomed to. WebMD reports, "After a year, women given Reclast saw bone density at the hip increase an average of 2.8 percent, compared with a slight reduction in bone density among women given a placebo." This may not lessen fractures among aging women. Yet it provides a peace of mind when continuing to indulge in activities.
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Reclast Helps Strengthen Older Women's Frail Hips and Spines
- By: Meghan YoungApr 14, 2015