When it comes to diseases like osteoporosis and thyroid disease, they don’t have the threatening reputation of cancer and heart disease, yet they’re highly prevalent. Researchers estimate that about one in five women over the age of 50 have osteoporosis. Each year, thousands of women go undiagnosed for thyroid disorders. While lifestyle factors and sheer demographics can affect the development of these problems, you can start assessing your risk with your family.
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