The Food and Drug Administration is warning people who use a popular type of heartburn medicine that long-term use increases the risk of broken hips, wrists and spines. The medications, known as proton pump inhibitors, include the popular brands Prilosec, Prevacid and Nexium. They will now carry warning labels advising patients about the increased risk of fractures after one year of use, according to the FDA.

A health expert at the University of Miami told HealthDay News that patients should have a “targeted endpoint to come off these medications” and that the data behind the FDA’s decision to require warning labels is not new.