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Exercises for Bone Strength

Dear Reader, We’re delighted that you’re reading this report because it means that you’re thinking about your bones now—hopefully, before you have any problems with them. Since you can’t see your bones or skeleton, they’re often “out of sight, out of mind” until you break a bone or your doctor mentions that you have low bone density. But being proactive about your bone health will pay off in the future, helping you avoid fractures that may…

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