Updated 01 July 2015

How to keep your bones healthy and strong

Nobody really thinks about keeping bones healthy until there is a problem.


Nobody really spends time thinking about their bones: they’re there, and they get taken for granted.

Until they break, or cause pain, that is. And all bone problems need to be seen to quickly and properly, before there are added complications.

Both young and old users write in to the Healthy Bones expert for advice on a range of bone-related issues such as the following:

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Osteoporosis: milk or supplements?
Back pain
Sprains, strains, fractures and dislocations
Vitamins and minerals


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Tereza is the CEO of the National Osteoporosis Foundation and worked as a Nursing Sister in the field of Osteoporosis for 18 years prior to her appointment with the Foundation. She used to be the Educational Officer for the Foundation and co-wrote the patient brochure on Osteoporosis. Read more

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