Osteoarthritis vs. Osteoporosis

Two bone and joint conditions share a prefix. Do you know the difference?

The two conditions osteoarthritis and osteoporosis sound very similar, and many people get confused. While they share the prefix osteo, which means bones, these conditions are very different.
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