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  • Arizona Osteoporosis Coalition (AZOC)
    AZOC provides osteoporosis education and screening in the state. Bone Builders is a partner with AZOC.
  • www.nof.org
    The National Osteoporosis Foundation web site connects to other national resources.
  • Osteoporosis and Calcium Publications
    from the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension describe risk factors, calories in various high calcium foods and more.
  • www.osteo.org
    This is the home for the Osteoporosis and Related Bone Diseases-National Resource Center. This organization provides information for consumers and extensive resources for the professional.
  • www.FORE.org
    The Foundation for Osteoporosis Research and Education provides information for professionals and consumers on osteoporosis. FORE is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the prevention, detection and treatment of osteoporosis.
  • www.healthfinder.org
    Search engine to find health related information
  • www.nos.org.uk/
    This is the site for the National Osteoporosis Society of the United Kingdom
  • Centerwatch
    Centerwatch is home to hundreds of research trials in various health issues. Includes osteoporosis drug trials in Arizona.
  • Arizona Physical Activity Program l
    Governor's Council on Physical Activity in Arizona- their web site:
    getactivestayactive.org
  • International Osteoporosis Foundation
    A non-governmental organization whose mission is to advance the
    understanding of osteoporosis and to promote prevention, diagnosis and
    treatment of the disease worldwide working with more than 180 national
    osteoporosis societies
  • Bone Health in Children and Adolescents: Implications for Client Counseling
    This course, worth 3 CE credits:
    • Identifies lifestyle and dietary factors related to suboptimal bone deposition and increased risk of fracture in children and adolescents
    • Identifies resources to assess calcium status in children and adolescents
    • Summarizes insights from three renowned bone-health experts - two clinicians and one researcher
    • Outlines how health professionals can support families to implement lifestyle changes that reduce risk of fractures now and later in life

    Access the course online at:
    http://www.dairycouncilofca.org/HealthProfessionals/BoneHealthCourse/BH_online.aspx

    There is no cost to view the content. If you take the course for continuing education credits it is only $34.

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