Friday February 21, 2020

This Life: Bone of contention

Bone and joint problems can be a problem no matter what age you are, but you can ensure your quality of life doesn't suffer, writes Fiona Ness.

13th January, 2013
A medical scan looking at a MRI scan. Photo: Getty

*To break one bone into two pieces may be regarded as a misfortune; to break it into 50 looks like carelessness*

If you're inclined to take the Lady Bracknell approach to your health, then January is a time to resolve to change - at least when it comes to them bones, them bones.

Many people believe joint and bone deterioration to be inevitable results of the ageing process, yet good bone and joint health is all...

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