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Debunking Myths in Women’s Health Update


You also don’t need a high-priced gym membership to achieve these goals. Any activity helps, including walking, running, cleaning the house, skiing, and swimming. The most important thing is to get in spurts of moving your body at peak intensity for a short period of time, several times a week. This form of exercise is very beneficial in combating osteoporosis, as studies show that exercise in bursts rather than longer routines stimulates the bone-building cells in your body. Bursts also trigger positive metabolic reactions that assist in increasing respiratory capacity and muscle volume, which helps ensure lasting weight loss.

Being vigilant about your health is important, and that includes reading and remaining informed about women’s health breakthroughs, disproven myths, and new tests, so you can accurately reap the benefits.

Tova Ross is a freelance writer based in New Jersey.

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