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Good habits can enhance bone health

Karen Kemmis, DPT, MS, CDEMen have an advantage over women when it comes to bone health, since they are able to build up stronger bones in their youth. This is why older men are much less likely than older women to get the weaker, thinner bones of osteoporosis. Upstate physical therapist Karen Kemmis specializes in osteoporosis and preventing falls. She explains how people can enhance bone health through exercise and a proper diet or detract from it through smoking, a poor diet and sedentary habits.