Edison, NJ – The Edison Public Library Foundation will be hosting two seminars on the prevention, management and treatment of osteoporosis.
“Strong Bones for a Lifetime” will be held at the North Edison Branch on June 17 at 7p.m. and at the Edison Main Library on July 2 at 7p.m.
This program will be presented by Dr. Kathleen Morgan, Family and Community Health Sciences Professor at Rutgers University. According to her bio, Dr. Morgan is currently providing leadership to several national projects related to nutrition, chronic disease prevention and health promotion. Dr. Morgan has expertise in the area of health promotion, nutrition, advancing health equities, food systems, worksite wellness, healthy aging, and building healthy communities.
The program will include a discussion on how to prevent fractures and how to maintain or build stronger bones, the impact of a proper diet, physical activity and falls prevention. Current treatment options for osteoporosis will also be discussed.
To register for the event, click here.