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The Marilyn Magaram Center News are intended to showcase and feature the events and programs the Center offers and how they impact the community within and outside of CSUN.

Thrive with Diabetes

March 1, 2022

Thrive with Diabetes 6:00-7:30pm

Diabetes can be an intimidating disease given that it is a chronic condition with no cure. It can also lead to serious consequences, such as kidney failure and nerve damage, when it’s poorly managed. Additionally, a lack of information can make diabetes care frustrating for people who just received news of their diagnosis, as well as for people who have been coping with diabetes for years. It’s perfectly understandable to feel overwhelmed if you or someone in your family has diabetes. However, living with diabetes should not be dreadful! Having a basic understanding of medications, nutrition, and lifestyle modifications can help anyone take control of their diabetes and live a healthy life. The purpose of our “Thrive with Diabetes” program is to address information gaps and provide participants with the tools and knowledge necessary to feel more confident and to better manage their blood glucose.  Read more

National Nutrition Month

February 28, 2022

Celebrate a World of Flavors

In March, the  Marilyn Magaram Center  will be celebrating  National Nutrition Month® as an opportunity to raise awareness about healthy eating and nutrition through interactive social media posts and hybrid events. This year’s theme is “Celebrate a World of Flavors”  which is a great way to learn about culture and appreciate diversity.   Read more

PreventT2

February 21, 2022

PreventT2

The Marilyn Magaram Center is excited to virtually implement “Prevent T2,a CDC-recognized lifestyle change program for diabetes prevention. Over the course of 1 year, the Prevent T2 program offersapproximately 24 hours of instruction to help people with prediabetes prevent or delay the development of type 2 diabetes Participants qualify for the program by meeting several criteria, one of which is that they must fall into the pre-diabetic range.   Read more

Spring 2022 Director's Message

February 21, 2022

Dr. Besnilian

"Spring is the time of plans and projects.” Leo Tolstoy

With the return to on-campus learning and the spring semester already underway, the MMC has “sprung” into action as we remain dedicated to fulfilling our mission and vision through the valuable contributions of all those who are helping to advance our commitment to research, education, and community service in the fields of nutrition, dietetics and food science. The development and training of students on the path to becoming future professionals continues to be our highest priority, and we are proud to further these efforts in supporting CSUN and the community at large by providing both in-person and virtual resources, tools, and learning opportunities that are widely accessible and in alignment with the university’s protocols for campus repopulation. Read more

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