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Moreover, it is necessary to do physical exercises regularly. Besides, in order to avoid problems with bones, it is recommended to reduce emotional stresses and to eat food which contains much calcium and vitamins, such as nonfat dairy products, green vegetables, ripe fruits, nuts and fish. (Rutherford, 2011, para.4)

 

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