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A lifelong strategy for keeping strong bones

11:15 AM, Feb. 8, 2013
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An estimated 8 million American women develop osteoporosis, a condition in which bones become weak and brittle.

Loss of bone density becomes severe enough to put them at serious risk of fractures, falls and disability. And an additional 34 million women have osteopenia, bone mass low enough to put them at risk of osteoporosis.

Bone-healthy habits: The most important choice you can make for strong bones is to avoid smoking or inhaling the smoke of others. People who start smoking at a young age are highly likely to continue their habit, usually at an escalating level, for many years. ...

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