Exercise Increases Child Bone Mass

April 30, 2013

Exercise provides many benefits for children. In addition to increasing health and reducing the risk of disease, it can also increase bone mass. A study of children 6-9 years old found that “increased exercise improves bone mass and in girls bone size without affecting fracture risk.” The researchers noted that “society ought to encourage exercise during growth.”

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