Back in 1892, a German anatomist named Julius Wolff theorized that bone is created and changed in response to gravitational pressure. A fascinating and thorough new study confirms once again … Continue Reading →
This article covers the important things that you should know about bone density and the test used for detecting it. In most cases, bone density loss is a condition that you can prevent. Take action now to keep your bones healthy and strong.
Exercise is known to increase bone density and improve bone health. However, not all exercise is equal when it comes to building strong, healthy bones or preventing osteoporosis; some forms may decrease bone density, even in elite athletes. Learn more about the best exercises to increase bone density here.