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This recent TIME magazine article, Kids Who Exercise Are Less Likely to Have Fractures in Old Age, highlights research suggesting that exercise can improve bone health in children. Mayo Clinic Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation expert, Edward Laskowski, M.D., says it's one more reason to encourage children to be active.
Sound bites with Dr. Laskowski are available in the downloads below
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