DexaBone Health Booklet

Bones in our body are living tissue, made up of cells and blood vessels that help the bone grow and repair itself. The amount of bone tissue you have is known as bone density. By your late thirties, your bone density starts to naturally decrease. This loss of bone density makes your bone weaker, less pliable and therefore more susceptible to breaking. The loss happens at different rates in different people.

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DexaBone Health Booklet
Dr Louise Newson

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Dr Louise Newson

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