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1 in 3 women suffer bone fractures during their lifetime due to Osteoporosis.
Getting enough calcium in your diet? Track your intake with the Calcium Calculator at Osteoporosis Canada.
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Menopause is a natural event not a disease. But because women now live on average 20-40 years after the end of the reproductive years, estrogen loss at menopause increases the risk of losing bone mass and developing heart disease in the years after menopause.