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Two models of humans approach, the closest on the left side of the image. The left fellow has muscles visible (skin removed for the drawing), while the one on the right (in the background) is a skeleton.
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Are You Destroying Your Bones?

DO YOU KNOW HOW MUCH YOU NEED TO EXERCISE to get real benefits in bone density? Regular exercise can help prevent the bone density loss that occurs with aging. Be sedentary at your peril.

Today we explore how you can promote your bone health. I recently wrote about how vitamin D…



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Michael Hunter, MD

I have degrees from Harvard, Yale, and Penn. I am a radiation oncologist in the Seattle area. You may find me regularly posting at