Osteoporosis Canada recipes for #BetterBoneHealth on CTV Kitchener


Watch Emily Richards, Professional Home Economist shares ways to get more calcium and protein in your diet for #BetterBoneHealth. Visit Osteoporosis Canada’s new recipe page here www.osteoporosis.ca/recipes

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Calcium and Cardiovascular Disease

The National Osteoporosis Foundation and the American Society for Preventive Cardiology formed an expert panel and completed a detailed review of all published research evaluating the effects of calcium intake from food sources and or supplements with or without vitamin D on the risk of heart attacks, strokes and death.

The review confirms that there does not appear to be any harmful or beneficial effects of calcium and or vitamin D on the risk of heart disease or stroke or on the likelihood of death in healthy adults.

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Annual Report Home Page
Osteoporosis Canada’s latest Annual Report “#BetterBoneHealth” is now available. This report highlights the organization’s significant achievements over the past year towards the vision of a Canada without osteoporotic fractures.

Better Bone Health Forum

Monday, October 3, 2016 | Thorold, ON

Join Osteoporosis Canada for a one-day event with keynote speakers presenting on topics focused on better bone health and osteoporosis.

SAC Pharmacist Named 2016 Canadian Pharmacist of the Year

dr-nese-yukselEdmonton pharmacist and researcher Dr. Nesé Yuksel has been named the 2016 Canadian Pharmacist of the Year.

Dr. Yuksel is currently the Division Chair of Pharmacy Practice and a Professor at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and practices on an interdisciplinary team at the Menopause Clinic at Lois Hole Hospital for Women (LHHW) in Edmonton. She is also a proud University of Alberta alumna (BScPharm ’88).

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