Pills from diabetes increase the risk of fractures

Rosiglitazone (Avandia) is a popular drug for the treatment of diabetes. It reduces the level of sugar in the blood. When this excess glucose is converted into fat. Previously it was thought that the fat is stored mainly in the abdomen and limbs. Apparently, part of it penetrates into the bones and destroys them. This increases the risk of fractures, writes The Indian Express.

Experts from the University of North Carolina conducted an experiment on rats. After a course of Rosiglitazone in bone tissue of animals, scientists have discovered high in fat.

Next, rats were placed in a wheel for running. While the load on the musculoskeletal system of animals has increased. Note, prolonged physical activity reduces the concentration of fat in the bones. Perhaps the body uses this energy source as the primary while running.

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