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Building a Strong Foundation: Celiac Disease and Bone Health

Season 1, Ep. 1106

The Harvard Medical School Celiac Education & Research Program and the National Celiac Association is hosting a webinar Building a Strong Foundation: Celiac Disease and Bone Health. Don't miss this deep dive into bone health: treatments, lifestyle modifications, supplements and more.


Bone health is a crucial topic for both children and adults with celiac disease, as bone can be adversely affected due to inflammation and malabsorption of key nutrients.


Webinar details:

Wednesday, November 15, 2023, from 1- 2:15 pm ET.

Registration: https://partners.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fUfl2hOFRTa3Is4KuKQBcA?mc_cid=217f63c9ec&mc_eid=5a62c1a313#/registration

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