Physical activity as child tied to better bone health in teens

06/5/2014 | Reuters

Boys and girls who were very active in early childhood had greater bone density and better bone shape at age 17 than did their less-active peers, according to a study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Children showed a tendency to be less active as they aged, and boys were more likely than girls to get more daily exercise.

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