Maggie Hamilton in ‘What’s Happening to Our Girls?’

weight bearing x-ray

weight bearing x-ray (Photo credit: Dean_In_SF)

“Time outside has many benefits, and it’s up to parents to lead the way. One doctor recently expressed his concern about how many children he’s now seeing with broken bones. Although he hasn’t done any formal research, he suspects children’s bones aren’t as strong as they once would have been, because they’re not getting the strengthening that weight-bearing exercise gives them if they play, walk and run outside.”

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