Osteoporosis Knowledge and Health Beliefs Among Men in Midlife Years

An anonymous survey used validated scales to assess osteoporosis knowledge and health beliefs in a sample of 262 men aged 36–55 years

Oyinlola T. Babatunde

2017

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  • An anonymous survey used validated scales to assess osteoporosis knowledge and health beliefs in a sample of 262 men aged 36–55 years
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  • Multivariate ANOVA revealed that perceived seriousness, barriers to calcium intake, and health motivation varied significantly with level of formal education attained
  • Results of this convenience sample of predominantly white men found that level of osteoporosis knowledge and perceived susceptibility were low
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