Show: September 22, 2013:
- Why should "young invincibles" purchase health insurance?
- What is the Health Insurance Marketplace?
- Can pediatricians prevent children from smoking?
- What was President Grover Cleveland’s secret?
- How can a computer program detect autism?
- Why are some medical students hypochondriacs?
- How often should women be screened for osteoporosis?
- Sex and Alzheimer’s: Where do we draw the line?
- View all topics for the week
How often should women be screened for osteoporosis?
Interview: Theresa Rohr-Kirchgraber, M.D., FACP, associate professor of clinical medicine and pediatrics, Indiana University School of Medicine; staff, Wishard Hospital; healthy living expert for "Sound Medicine."
Ten million Americans have osteoporosis and over 30 million have the precursor, osteopenia. “Sound Medicine” healthy living expert Theresa Rohr-Kirchgraber, M.D., discusses how often women should be tested for osteoporosis.