As we approach middle age, our bone density begins to decrease, which raises our risk of osteoporosis. Bone health is an important and often overlooked factor that influences how women age and the lifestyle to be enjoyed in later years. By developing a healthy, active lifestyle with nutrition that supports healthy bones, we can avoid the risks of falls and other debilitating conditions. Hear from medical, nutrition and exercise experts on how to care for your bones and set yourself up for many more decades of active living.
DR. MANJU CHANDRAN, Senior Consultant, Department of Endocrinology, and Senior Consultant and Director of the Osteoporosis and Bone Metabolism Unit, Singapore General Hospital
DR MALEENA SUPPIAH CAVERT, Deputy Director, Clinical Education, National University Health System
HOLLY KUZMIAK-NGIAM, Owner & Head Coach, Movement Labs
ADRIENNE MENDENHALL, Director of Business Development, ACCESS Health International Southeast Asia