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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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Get Hip to Hip Health Women’s Health Expert Shares Tips on Lowering the Risk for Hip Fracture to Lead an Active and Healthy Lifestyle it’s the perfect time to talk about one of the leading – yet often overlooked – health risks associated with falls: hip fracture. Although one-in-three women will suffer a hip fracture by the age of 90, awareness and concern of the risks remains low and not enough women take the necessary steps to protect their hips. Most women have a love-hate relationship with their hips, but keeping them healthy is vital for a full, active life. Highly regarded women’s health expert, Donnica Moore, MD (“Dr. Donnica”), shares tips on how to keep hips healthy and how to reduce the chances of suffering a devastating hip fracture. She talks about the importance of a balanced diet and calcium and vitamin D supplements in keeping bones strong – as well as the role of physical activities and body strengthening exercises for preventing falls. Weight-bearing exercise – like walking, jogging, dancing or even gardening – can improve balance, coordination and muscle strength. Talent/Guest: Donnica L. Moore, MD Dr. Donnica is a physician, educator and media commentator – as well as a highly regarded women’s health expert and advocate. As the founder and president of DrDonnica.com, a popular women’s health information website, she is well-known for her engaging and entertaining style – which she refers to as “Medicine Lite.” Dr. Donnica is the “Doctor on Call

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