Skip to main content

| BHOF in the News, Bone Health, Osteoporosis in the News

Molly Giles was standing in her kitchen one spring night in 2019, musing about whether to do the dishes or leave them until the morning, when a bone in her left leg snapped and she crashed to the ground, breaking her hip.

“I passed out, and I’m pretty sure I would have died if my partner hadn’t been there and called 911,” the Northern California novelist recalls.

Giles, now 81, had “bones like meringue,” her doctor rather glibly later told her.

Click here to read the full article, published by the Washington Post.