Most people know that calcium strengthens bones. But there are more than a dozen other ways to fight osteoporosis, the silent, bone-thinning condition that can lead to fractures, back and neck pain, and a loss of up to 6 inches of height over time. View slideshow
Strong bones are important at any age, but even more so in middle age. Bone density peaks at age 30 and then starts to drop. Try this 15 minute workout designed to keep bones strong in middle age and prevent osteoporosis.
As we get older, nutrition rules changeor at least get stricter. You need more of some nutrients, like vitamin B12, and less of others. Here's howand whatto eat in your 30s, 40s, 50s, and beyond. View slideshow
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