According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, nearly 10 million adults 50 and older develop osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a condition that causes bones to weaken, leading to an increased risk of bone breaks and fractures. The good news is, osteoporosis is not an inevitable disease. By learning about the signs and symptoms of osteoporosis and steps you can take to prevent the condition, you can significantly reduce your chances of developing the disease. 

Every year, nearly 25,000 people will develop a brain or spinal tumor, according to the American Cancer Society. While the chances of developing a spinal tumor are low, they can cause significant pain and discomfort. And understanding different types of spinal tumors can help you identify early development for faster and more effective relief.