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In an age of advanced drugs and treatments for bone loss, simple exercise programs that can prevent and restore bone density are often overlooked. Certain ways to work out and move your body can create the weight-bearing load your bones need to get stronger. Healthy bones are vital at every age, and diet and exercise can play a significant part in treating and preventing osteoporosis. Not only does exercise improve your bone health, it can improve coordination, muscle strength, balance, and contribute to overall better health. Just like your muscles, bone is a living tissue that responds to exercise by becoming stronger. For most individuals, bone mass peaks around age 30, and after that time can start to lessen. Women