Published in Women's Health Law Weekly, January 8th, 2006
Weight-bearing and resistance exercise are especially important for increased bone strength and fracture resistance. When you put demands on bone, it responds by becoming stronger and denser. Bearing weight or resisting weight - that is, any activity that works against gravity - stimulates the growth of new bone tissue, said the Harvard Women's Health Watch.
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