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Announcing NFCA's monthly webinar, "Sex and The Celiac: A Focus on
Reproductive Health," on Wednesday, February 20, 2013 at 8:30 p.m.
Eastern/5:30 p.m. Pacific.
Reserve your webinar seat at: http://bit.ly/Ysonbd
Celiac disease is commonly associated with gastrointestinal issues,
but it can also impact the reproductive system, resulting in
complications such as infertility, miscarriages, stillbirths and
adverse pregnancy outcomes. Patients have even reported an impact on
their sexual libido. Often designated as the unofficial month of
everything love-related, February provides NFCA the timely opportunity
to discuss the current landscape of celiac disease and reproductive
health. Join NFCA as Stephanie M. Moleski, MD, Assistant Professor of
Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals discusses this
RDs and DTRs who participate in this live 60-minute webinar will be
eligible to receive continuing education credit. See
www.celiaccentral.org/webinars/#CE for more details.
Can’t attend? A recording of each webinar will be posted along with
the webinar slides within 72 hours after the live event ends. Download
recorded webinars and slides at www.celiaccentral.org/webinars/archive.