Men finally given access to key osteoporosis drug
Thousands of men previously denied access to the osteoporosis drug teriparatide will now be able to get the medication following an NHS 70th anniversary push to make a range of innovative new treatments available.
New report from Public Health England emphasises benefits of bone and muscle strengthening exercises
The National Osteoporosis Society has welcomed a new report from Public Health England (PHE) and the Centre for Ageing Better, which emphasises the major health benefits of muscle, bone strengthening and balance exercises.
Invitation to tender for the provision of audit services
The National Osteoporosis Society is seeking applications from audit firms who wish to tender to audit our finances.
The cost of a break: Travel insurance and osteoporosis
If you’re planning a summer holiday this year, it’s a good idea to make sure you’re covered by adequate travel insurance. But what kind of insurance is available to those with osteoporosis, and do you need it? Helpline nurse Rick Tame investigates.
Rise to the occasion and Bake for Bones
Bake for Bones is your opportunity to have fun, stir up a treat and raise money for life changing work. Find out more about Bake for Bones. And discover why you should get your worktops floured for action in support of people affected by osteoporosis.