Exercise is your skeleton’s best friend. It can prevent and, in some cases, even reverse the effects of osteoporosis. It does this by slowing bone loss and stimulating the formation of new bone tissue. The hips and spine are some of the first bones affected by bone loss but, fortunately, both areas respond well to exercise.
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