Dr. Dieter Felsenberg explains what causes osteoporosis and its dangers. Germany's leading orthopedic researcher heads the Center for Muscle and Bone Research, the ZMK, at Berlin's renowned Charité Clinic.
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Seeing poorly when it is dark is a symptom, not a disease. The underlying problem need not be serious. If myopia is the issue, it is important to have the right glasses prescription. Special filters can reduce glare and dazzle.
When muscles feel sore, it is usually because of small tears in the tissue. They are often caused by working the muscles hard. That kind of soreness is hard to prevent, but rarely serious. It usually goes away within a few days.
The gut microbiome in people with MS is different. If certain bacteria are missing, the fatty acid propionate is not produced. It influences immune cells implicated in curbing MS. In a recent study, propionate pills helped relieve the problem.
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