Whether it comes after a broken bone or a low bone density
reading, a diagnosis of osteoporosis spurs you to rethink your
relationship with exercise. An exercise program will not only
make your bones more resilient, but also help you avoid falls and
fractures and lower your risk for chronic conditions such as
heart disease and diabetes — all of which are important in
preserving your mobility and independence.
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