Risk Factors :
Are you slim or petite?    
Have you had height loss since age 25?    
Are you a post-menopausal female?    
Do you have a family history of osteoporosis?    
Do you smoke or have a long history of smoking?    
Have you had a fracture after age 50?    
Have you ever had cortisone therapy (prednisone, steroids, etc.)?    
Do you get less than 1,000 mg of calcium per day?    
Is there a lack of weight bearing exercise in your daily routine?    
If you checked yes for 1 or more of the above risk factors, you may be a candidate for Osteoporosis Screening.

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