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Bone-healthy exercises

Exercise is important and can help build strong bones and maintain bone density. Exercise is beneficial to your bones at any point in life.

People with osteoporosis may get the greatest benefit from an exercise program that combines several different types of exercise.Weight-bearing exercise and strength training help in terms of bone building.Balance and flexibility are also important aspects to consider in any exercise program.

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