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Exercise & Osteoporosis

While osteoporosis tends to affect older adults, you can start preventive measures anytime.

Reviewed by Harsh Sharma, D.O. | Internal Medicine

Doctors recommend that everyone increase levels of activity to prevent bone density loss.

Early loss of bone mass to osteoporosis can be difficult to detect, but it is possible.

Osteoporosis is avoidable, but if you have it, exercise isn't prohibited. Know the facts.

Part of staying healthy and active as you age means taking control of your bone health.

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