thiazide diuretics reduce the risk of fractures from osteoporosis

More evidence suggests that thiazide diuretics reduce the risk of fractures from osteoporosis.

We've known that thiazides decrease calcium excretion and help decrease bone loss.

Now there's more evidence that patients taking thiazides for other reasons seem to have a lower risk of hip fracture.

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