We’ve learned why you need to care for your bones. We know how the DXA scan can help you stay informed about your bone health and identify your risk for osteoporosis. Now we’re all blending our green smoothies, drinking more milk and getting our vitamin D from time in sun. But exercise, weight-bearing exercise, plays an important role in bone health.
May is National Osteoporosis Month, and it’s an opportunity to shed some light on a disease that’s responsible for more than 2 million broken bones every year in the United States. So, let’s dive into bone health and the surprisingly simple ways you can prevent this widespread bone disease from impacting your health.