Kids and Their Bones: A Guide for Parents
Publication Year: 2009
Typically, when parents think about their children's health, they don't think about their bones. But building healthy bones by adopting healthy nutritional and lifestyle habits in childhood is very important to help prevent osteoporosis and fractures later in life. This brochure provides information on how to promote healthy bone development in children.
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