Osteoporosis runs in my family, and so bone health is near and dear to my heart. And it should be to yours, too. Your bones are rather important structures. They protect your inner organs and hold your body upright. Without them, any of your movements would be limp as noodles. And, as many people know, if anything goes wrong with a bone, it can put a person in serious discomfort or pain (if not completely out of commission for a while). With everything that my father was ill with, the final straw before his death was a broken hip from simply trying to get into bed.
|(No, not THOSE bones.)|