October 2005 Issue
Protect Against Broken Bones With Diet, Supplements, Exercise
Broken bones are a serious health concern in older people. Fractures, a fancy name for broken bones, can cause chronic pain and long-term disability; for many people, a broken hip proves fatal. Defending bones from breaking calls for two strategies: strengthening bones and reducing the risk of falling. Check out ENís fracture-prevention plan
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