Osteoporosis topic of Health Night lecture

Osteoporosis is a slow thinning of the bones. As we age, our bones become weak and can break easily. Osteoporosis occurs most often in Caucasian women during and after menopause. The key is to slow it down or prevent it. Learn more about osteoporosis with orthopedic surgeon Daniel Benson, MD, at Methodist Medical Center’s Health Night on the Town on Tuesday, October 27 at 7 p.m. in the Ridge Conference Room.

This program is part of Methodist Medical Center’s continuing Health Night on the Town series. Programs are free of charge and open to the public. To learn more call 865-835-4662.

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