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Exercise associated with lower rate of fractures in elderly women

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Default Exercise associated with lower rate of fractures in elderly women

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Home-based exercises followed by voluntary home training seem to be associated with long-term effects on balance and gait, and may help protect high-risk, elderly women from hip fractures, according to a new study.

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