Exercise sessions build bone, stave off impact of osteoporosis
“It's not good for your spine. The only way we can exercise our abs is to hold them in. We are not going to do anything that's hurtful to your spine.”
A muscular physique reminiscent of Arnold Schwarzenegger had yet to emerge from Ingeborg Revord. via The Villages Daily Sun
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#1 Aug 30, 2007
right on! Here is some more information about it http://www.thenewsroom.com/details/649686/Hea...
#3 Oct 18, 2012
Exercise-related activities may indeed help in preventing or even managing the debilitating effects of osteoporosis. For as long as you engage in the appropriate type of exercise, it may help you build strong bones and muscles, which in turn reduces the risk of fractures. It may also help a patient avoid side effects from usingbisphosphonates such as Fosamax or even emotional distress of going through a lawsuit related to these unwanted side effects. Relevant information at http://www.fosamaxinjurylawsuitcenter.com may be of assistance to people concerned and interested.
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