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Healthy Aging Tips from Sit and Be Fit's Mary Ann Wilson RN
Sit and Be Fit TV host, Mary Ann Wilson RN


By Mary Ann Wildon, RN

After the age of 35, cartilage is especially vulnerable. It starts to dry out, crack, and shrink. The once-smooth surface becomes jagged. This painful condition is called degenerative arthritis. While there can be a hereditary component,
it also occurs when you don’t exercise enough, or if you exercise too much. The key is to keep the damage to a minimum by keeping your weight down and taking the joints through range of motion each day.

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