When it comes to your health, you probably put things like weight, mental health and blood pressure at the top of your ‘to manage’ list, but what about your bones?
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When it comes to the crunch, most of us don’t invest enough time or energy into our general bone health, leaving us unsure and potentially at risk of common health issues such as osteopenia — low bone density — and osteoporosis, where bones become brittle and prone to fractures and breaks.
Considering millions of Singaporeans are affected by osteoporosis, it’s probably time you start paying attention to your bones, beginning now:
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