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Could exercise be the secret to helping children avoid osteoporosis in the future? The research says yes, so let's take a deeper look.
Learn the 5 key ways exercise strengthens weak bone, even in people with osteoporosis.
As we make goals for how we may want to improve our bodies and health in 2019, let's first reflect upon and feel gratitude for the miracle we already are.
Today's generation of children and teens, especially girls, are more sedentary than ever. What will this mean for their bone health and risk for osteoporosis as they age?
One thing we know about bone is that it responds to increased weight load by getting stronger. So the recent findings of an Australian bone clinic that studied women doing high-intensity weight lifting really shouldn’t surprise us. But just look at these results!
Your choices determine your life experiences, so take time as the new year begins to set your sights, plant new seeds and make 2018 the year of deliberate creation.
Our skeletons do much more than hold us up! Learn the 6 secret wonders of the skeleton and the roles our bones play in our overall health.
Two new studies show that even small amounts of low-impact exercise have a positive effect on fracture risk with no heavy lifting required.
If you’re looking for extra motivation to get up and get moving, there’s a powerful new study documenting how sitting for 8 hours a day can take years off your life.
It’s clear to me that 2017 will be challenging. But I refuse to be discouraged. After all, the times of greatest challenge offer the greatest opportunity for growth. Here are 8 tips to help you find inner peace.
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