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Unformatted text preview: the joints causes the cartilage in one’s joints to decrease and bone to begin rubbing against bone, which can lead to severe pain and deformation. Risk factors associated with arthritis and osteoporoses include one’s age, weight, gender, genetic structure, diet, use of tobacco products, and much more. Unfortunately, there currently are no cures for these diseases but with the proper amount of exercise and a diet rich in calcium and protein; one can help prevent and deter these diseases from occurring and becoming worse. Just by making these two simple life changes, you could be on your way to feeling better and living life to its fullest....
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- Spring '10
- progressive bone disease, simple life changes