Yorkville Area Chamber of Commerce issued the following announcement on July 10.
Osteoporosis is a silent and progressive disease that makes bones brittle and prone to fracture. Often there are no symptoms until the first fracture occurs – most commonly at the wrist, hip or spine. The likelihood of these fractures occurring increases with age for both men and women. Fortunately, osteoporosis is a treatable condition with appropriate lifestyle changes and medical treatment. Join Renee Bergstrom, MSN, APN, CMSRN, Advanced Practice Nurse with Castle Orthopaedics, as she discusses symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment as well as steps that can be taken to prevent this disease.
Registration is required. To register for this program, please call the Oswego Senior Center at 630-553-5602..
Friday, July 19 • 10 to 11 a.m.
Oswego Senior Center, 156 E. Washington St., Oswego.
ABCs of Health
Parents – a balanced diet, physical activity and sufficient sleep play an important role in helping your kids perform well in school. However, you can do more to make sure they start the school year off right and are healthy and ready to learn. Join Parul Bhatt, MD, board-certified pediatrician with Rush Copley Medical Group, as she discusses tips on how to help your children develop a lifetime of healthy habits for their physical, academic and emotional well-being.
Topics will include:
The importance of immunizations in preventing serious diseases and severe illnesses
How to manage media and set reasonable screen time habits
Personal safety tips every child should know
Seating is limited. Registration is required. Children ages 5 to 12 are invited to attend an activity during the program on Court C. Attendees will be registered to win a three-month family membership to Rush Copley Healthplex. Register online at rushcopley.com/healthtalks or call 866-4COPLEY (1-866-426-7539).
Tuesday, August 27 • 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Rush Copley Healthplex, Studio 2, 1900 Ogden Avenue, Aurora
Original source can be found here.