• Osteoporosis is a pediatric disease with geriatric consequences.Preventing this and other bone diseases begins in childhood. With low calcium intake levels during importhesetant bone growth periods, today's children and teens are certain to face a serious public health problem in the future.
  • Babies aren’t the ones who need the most calcium. Starting around age nine, young people need almost twice as much calcium as younger kids to help during the critical bone-building time between the ages of 11 and 15. Unfortunately, fewer than one in 10 girls and only one in four boys ages 9 to 13 are at or above their adequate intake of calcium
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