UI research: childhood physical activity leads to stronger bones for teens

UI research: childhood physical activity leads to stronger bones for teens

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Thursday, June 5, 2014
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Lots of physical activity during childhood leads to strong bones, even for those who don't exercise much as teens: "When you accumulate physical activity as a child, you end up with what looks like better bone as an adolescent," says UI researcher Kathleen Janz.

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