Even if you are in your teens or twenties, it is never too early to think about your bones and what it takes to keep them healthy. This is especially important for women, because one of the negative effects at the onset of, during and following menopause can be bone loss. Women in these groups are more susceptible to all of the maladies associated with weakened bones due to an increase in the rate of declining bone density and the associated loss of bone health. However, we start to lose bone mass after the age of 35-male and female alike- menopause notwithstanding.
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