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WebMD NewslettersGetting checked early may help you spot diseases like osteoporosis and cancer, when they may be easier to treat.
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Monday, December 28, 2015
Healthy Bones
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Screening Tests Every Woman Needs

Getting checked early may help you spot diseases like osteoporosis and cancer, when they may be easier to treat.
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When the Diagnosis Is Osteopenia
It means you have low bone density. Here's what causes it and how to keep it from getting worse and becoming osteoporosis.
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How Much Calcium Is Too Much?
Extra calcium may not protect aging bones -- and too much may even be harmful.
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Best Exercises for Your Bones
Find out the perks of walking, weight-lifting, yoga, and more activities that can help slow osteoporosis.
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