Ana learned about sports injuries the hard way. Find out what happened and how she got better in this free bilingual fotonovela.
Graphic: Cartoon-style graphic showing a young girl, Ana, sitting on the grass and holding her knee in pain. Ana’s family is crowded around her and look concerned There is a soccer ball in the background.
Isabel didn’t know she had osteoporosis until she fell and broke her wrist. Find out what happened in this free bilingual fotonovela.
Graphic: Cartoon-style graphic of an older woman, Isabel, laying on the kitchen floor and holding her wrist in pain. Several of Isabel’s family members are gathered around her and look concerned. An older gentleman is kneeled down and tries to help Isabel stand.
Free! Bilingual fotonovelas on Sports Injuries and Osteoporosis
How she and her family learned about sports injuries.
Graphic: Picture of the cover of “Ana’s Story: How she and her family learned about sports injuries.”
How she and her family learned about osteoporosis and bone health.
Graphic: Picture of the cover of “Isabel’s Story: How she and her family learned about osteoporosis and bone health.”
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