Porous bones. That’s what the word osteoporosis means. We’ve come to associate it with the aged, especially women. Yet, osteoporosis affects men, women, even ...
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Some 1.2 billion people or 20 per cent of the world's 7 billion-population, are prone to diseases due to water poverty.