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Breaking a bone in childhood seems to indicate an increased chance of osteoporosis in later years. In the Dunedin Study of middleage people, those with childhood fractures had increased osteoporosis.


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Maybe that's why my bones are still good. I did have a fracture at about 50 which now gives me a little arthritis but that's a lot better than osteoporosis.

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