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January 01, 2003

Will they think it’s as much fun once they learn it’s actually good for them?

Childhood activities like running, jumping and other weight-bearing activities are great ways for kids to build healthy bones. Which is important. Because childhood is the only time kids have to achieve "peak-bone mass" before adulthood. But don't tell them that. For more on how kids can keep bones healthy, visit orthoinfo.org. Or for physical education tips, visit aaherd.org or call 703-476-3410.

Get up. Get out. Get moving.

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