September 2004 Issue

EN’s Complete Guide to Keeping
Bones Strong and Healthy

Your bones must strike a delicate balance. Despite their stable appearance, bones are constantly in flux, with some bone tissue dissolving at the same time that new bone is being formed. Yet after age 35, our bodies become less and less able to maintain this balancing act. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to slow bone loss and improve your odds of staying fracture-free.

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