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Maria Rios

January 6, 2012

Latrina Frazier

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To promote a healthy musculoskeletal system for old age, exercising regularly is good for strength and

flexibility. Getting in the habit of regular exercising reduces the chances of getting osteoporosis. Making sure

you are having a good diet, with oils, nutrition, vitamins, calcium, is also good for you body. Oils are known to

help your joints and the calcium and the vitamin are healthy and protect your bones. Risk factors for arthritis are

family history, age, sex, previous joint injury, and obesity. Carrying excess pounds puts stress on joints, in your

knees, hips, and spine. Previous injuries in a joint are more likely to develop arthritis in that particular joint that

was injured. Women are more likely than men to develop rheumatoid arthritis. You are more likely to develop

arthritis if your parents or siblings have the disorder. Your genes can make more susceptible to environmental

factors that may trigger arthritis. Osteoporosis is a disease that weakens bones, increasing the risk of sudden and

unexpected fractures. Risk factors for osteoporosis are age, maximum bone density and strength is reached,

bone mass begins to decline. Gender, women that are over the age of 50 have higher risk of developing

osteoporosis. Bone structure and body weight, petite and thin women have a greater risk of developing

osteoporosis. Family history, it is heredity. To prevent osteoporosis you can supplement calcium, vitamin C, D,

E, and K as well as careful regulation of the amount of magnesium, phosphorus, silicon, boron, zinc,

manganese, and copper in your diet.

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