California State University, Northridge's Department of Kinesiology is teaming up with the health departments of Pasadena, Long Beach and Los Angeles County, and the American Diabetes Association, to host the first Southern California Diabetes Prevention Programs Summit on Friday, Septewmber 20, at Recreation Park in San Fernando.
The summit is scheduled to take place from 8 a.m. to noon at the park at 208 Park Avenue in San Fernando.
The event will throw the spotlight on CSUN's innovative "100 Citizens" program, which was recognized by First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House earlier this year.
The multi-generational physical activity program asks parents and grandparents to exercise and eat better, thereby teaching their children by example . . .
For more: http://csuntoday.csun.edu/media-releases/csun-to-be-part-of-first-socal-diabetes-prevention-symposium/.