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  • How to Feed Your Bones

    Your bones are constantly changing due to a process called remodeling. To build strong, healthy bones when you are young — and to keep them strong and healthy as you…

  • Safe Exercise for Strong Bones

    Weight-bearing exercise is one of the three primary pillars of bone health along with a calcium-rich diet and vitamin D. Walking is a good option for weight-bearing exercise that offers…

  • How to Know if Your Bones Are at Risk

    Osteoporosis is known as the “silent thief” because you might not know you have the disease until you break a bone. Osteoporosis makes your bones brittle and weak, so something…

  • Taking Charge of Your Bone Health

    Are you at risk for bone loss and fractures? To answer that question, let’s go back to when you were a kid. What We Know If you followed bone-healthy recommendations…

  • What Do You Know About Bone Health?

    What do you know about bone health? Do you think it’s something that only older people need to worry about? In fact, strong, healthy bones are a key part of…

  • By Sally Warner, PhD (Member, Medical & Scientific Advisory Board) Walking can be such a mindless activity. But when you embark on a 60-mile walk, you really need to be…

  • Healthy Living: Preparing Your Mind, Body and Bones for the 3-Day American Bone Health and Susan G. Komen are teaming up to bring you vital information about how to lead…

  • Cancer Survivors

    Cancer Survivors Did you know that having cancer can pose hidden consequences for the health of your bones? Both the disease itself and some treatments to fight the cancer may increase bone…

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