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Osteoporosis: How to prevent osteoporosis?


Osteoporosis is a disease in which tissue congestion and subsequent bone strength decreases and the risk of bone fracture increases. This disease is one of the most common causes of bone fracture, especially in elderly. Since the age of 30, the process of reducing bone density begins, and on average, …

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Why Exercise?

Why Exercise?Like muscle, bone is living tissue that responds to exercise by becoming stronger. Young women and men who exercise regularly generally achieve greater peak bone mass (maximum bone density and strength) than those who do not. For most people, bone mass peaks during the third decade of life. After …

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Broken Jaw

Broken Jaw What Is It? When a bone breaks or cracks, the injury is called a fracture. Jaw fractures are the third most common type of facial fractures, after fractures of the nose and cheekbone. They can be caused by many different types of impacts to the lower face, including: …

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10 Manly Tips For An Aging Workout

10 Manly Tips For An Aging Workout Like it or not, you will grow older. Adapting your lifestyle to the changes that come is key. Ultimately, keeping physically fit as you age comes down to common sense and the willingness to follow some practical advice:     • Consult your …

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How Muscles Increase In Strength And Size

How Muscles Increase In Strength And Size A new program of aerobic exercise will increase a muscle’s endurance and tone and make it slightly larger (by a small percentage). But if you wish to significantly increase a muscle’s strength and size, you’ll need to do resistance exercises with that muscle …

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heart murmur (Causes and Risk Factors)

Causes and Risk Factors Innocent heart murmurs can be caused by exercise, pregnancy, and fever. Aging and heart surgery can cause changes in the heart that may result in an innocent murmur. Other conditions that can cause innocent heart murmurs include anemia (low red blood cell count; lack of red …

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Antidepressants ,greater risk to Falls

Antidepressants greater risk to FallsFalls are a major problem for older adults, causing injury, disability and, in serious cases, death. Poor muscle strength, thinning bones, certain medical conditions, medications, and a variety of other factors may contribute to greater risk. Now a study presenting updated research on medication use and the risk …

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what happen When you exercise ?

When you exercise or compete in sports, you notice several things about your body. You breathe heavier and faster, your heart beats faster, your muscles hurt and you sweat. These are all normal responses to exercise whether you work out regularly or only once in a while or whether you …

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take care your heart

For those of you who want to be healthy but still fun, there is now a new sport that combines the style of hip hop style of young people with a heart-healthy exercise. Exercise called ‘Hip-Heart’ was deliberately created to prevent young children exposed to the risk of heart disease …

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