Generic Fosamax (Alendronate Sodium, Fosamax® equivalent)

Fosamax (Alendronate sodium) is FDA-approved medication for the prevention or treatment of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women. In addition, Fosamax is approved for the treatment of women and men with osteoporosis resulting from the long-term use of steroid medications such as prednisone or cortisoneAlendronate sodium is the generic name for Fosamax. Fosamax is chemically known as a bisphosphonate medication. It is not a hormone. Fosamax works only on the bone and does not affect the heart, breast, uterus, or other parts of the body.

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There can be no doubt that health, wellness, and nutrition are closely related. Nevertheless, surveys of American eating habits reveal some alarming trends. Fast-food restaurants and fast cooking of high-fat, high-salt, and high-calorie foods dominate our lives. Childhood and adult obesity are on the rise. Osteoporosis, cardiovascular disease, and cancer remain major health problems whose development, control, and even prevention have been linked to dietary habits. Generally, we continue to consume too much saturated fat, cholesterol, salt, sugar, alcohol, coffee, tea, soft drinks, and calories, and too little water, fruits, vegetables, and grains.
There are a number of things you can start doing now to help yourself and others adopt healthier nutritional habits.
1. First, and perhaps toughest of all, adopt healthier eating habits for yourself and set an example of friends, family, and acquaintances. As a college student, it's easy for you to eat "on the run" and not really think about what you're eating. Make a conscious effort every day to cut down on fast foods and high-calorie, high-fat, and high-salt snacks by brown bagging healthy breakfasts, lunches, and snacks that feature whole-grain breads, fruit juices with no added sugar, and fresh fruits and vegetables.
2. Get involved with student groups that work for the availability of healthier food choices for students and a reduction in the number of unhealthy snacks in food vending machines. Ask about such groups at your student council or fraternity or sorority council offices.
3. After securing permission from the university administration, devise a brief survey form for distribution to students in dormitories and cafeterias. You may be able to use results of the survey to convince food service managers and university administrators of the need for certain changes in nutritional offerings in the cafeteria. Here is a sample survey:
Food Survey
This is a survey to find out how many of the students who use this cafeteria would like to see more vegetarian food choices.
Are you a vegetarian? _Yes _No
If so, what kind of vegetarian are you?
_Vegan (I cat vegetables only; no meat, eggs, milk, or other dairy products).
_Lactovegetarian (I eat vegetables and all dairy products; no meat or eggs).
_Ovolactovegetarian (I eat vegetables, all dairy products, and eggs; no meat).
_ Semi-vegetarian (I eat all foods except red meat).
If you're not a vegetarian, would you nevertheless like to see more vegetarian food choices in your cafeteria?
_Yes _No
General Question I: If more vegetarian food choices were available in this cafeteria, would you include them more often in your diet?
_Yes _No
General Question II: Do you have any suggestions for changing or improving the nutritional choices available in this cafeteria?
Thank you for your cooperation.
4. Create a series of "Nutrition Tips" you can write or have printed on single sheets of 8 1 /2-by-l 1 -inch paper or on larger sheets of colored construction paper. Designate a day of each week as "Nutrition Awareness Day" and post your Nutrition Tips on bulletin boards in your house, dormitory, or cafeteria.
5. Working with classmates or other interested friends, develop a brief 15-to-30-minute presentation on sound basic nutrition. Be sure to make use of pictures, charts, slides, overhead transparencies and even recorded music. Now take the program out into the community, perhaps to local elementary, middle, and secondary schools. Call local PTAs and school administrators to discuss appropriate formats and dates for your presentation.

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