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Chief Executive Claire Severgnini announces retirement
Chief Executive Claire Severgnini has announced she is retiring from the Royal Osteoporosis Society at the end of this year.
Our experts respond to study linking social life to bone health
Bone health may be affected by poor quality social relationships, suggests a new study. However, our osteoporosis specialists say there isn’t enough evidence to be sure this is true.
Our latest campaign to reach more people with osteoporosis
We know there are many people living with osteoporosis who aren't aware of the information and support available, so a big part of what we do is working to raise awareness of the charity. In July and August, we're trialling a new way of reaching people who've been diagnosed with osteoporosis – by advertising on pharmacy bags.
Our experts respond to study linking household chemical to osteoporosis
“Chemical found in soap and toothpaste linked to osteoporosis in women,” said The Telegraph on 25 June.
Why I volunteer: Suzanne Hewitt
Suzanne Hewitt talks about her experiences volunteering for the charity, as part of our celebrations for Volunteers' Week 2019