Everybody knows who their BFF is. That’s your Best Friend Forever if you are a tween or teen. But not that many young women know about having BBF- Best Bones Forever.

Many young women do not get the calcium and vitamin D that they need to build strong bones at the time when they are growing the most.

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The US Department of Health and Human Services has launched the BBF program to encourage young women to get enough calcium to build bones and the vitamin D that helps the bones use the calcium.

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The BBF program also encourages young women to engage in running, jumping, and dancing to keep bones strong.

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For more information on the BBF program, click here.