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  1. How Vitamin D Helps to Prevent Falls in Older Adults

    How Vitamin D Helps to Prevent Falls in Older Adults

    Did you know that our body has the capacity to produce a natural Vitamin D on its own when directly exposed to sunlight? One of the many important roles of this vitamin in our body system is to help us obtain a proper amount of calcium from the food that we eat. Having enough of it will keep the muscles...
  2. 6 Things How to Keep Your Bones Strong

    6 Things How to Keep Your Bones Strong

    Having strong bones means preventing a sign of weakness. Osteoporosis and osteopenia are viewed by most people as diseases on the bones in certain old people, but what they don’t know is there are things they should be doing while still young that can prevent these two diseases as they get older. Here are some couple of helpful tips on...
  3. What are the Reasons To Exercise After Age 50?

    What are the Reasons To Exercise After Age 50?

    For many, growing older seems to involve an inevitable loss of strength, energy, and vigor—but that need not be, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Frailty and decreased energy associated with aging are largely due to muscle loss due to inactivity. And when it comes to muscle, the old saying is true: “Use it or lose it.”...

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