National Osteoporosis Society (NOS)
NOS patron, actor Ross Kemp, supports WOD message of prevention in men
The NOS issued a press release to national and local newspapers and radio stations which focused on the problem of osteoporosis in men. NOS patron, actor Ross Kemp said:“Regular activity is essential to bone health so get out there and play football, go for a jog or head down to the gym and lift some weights, all of these things will help your bones stay strong.
World Osteoporosis Day on the 20th of October is the ideal time to start making the changes to our lifestyles to give us all a better chance of escaping broken bones in the future. Don’t wait until it’s too late.”
Ten radio interviews were also given. Posters and leaflets were sent to 400 hospitals, doctors surgeries, schools etc.
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