Why do bones become more fragile with age?

Bone fragility with age is associated with osteoporosis. Human bone is a living tissue that breaks down and is replaced all the time. When creating new bones fails to remove old bones, we call it osteoporosis.

Many factors can lead to osteoporosis: age, genetics, hormones, thyroid problems, dietary problems such as low calcium intake, and other medical conditions that are clarified through a physical examination by a doctor.

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