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Healthy Living Toolkit

Healthy Living

Healthy living is a simple concept —but it isn’t always easy. The materials provided in this toolkit can help ensure you start, or stay, on the right track and show you how to:

  • Get appropriate medical care, including preventive health care
  • Get the right amount of exercise
  • Eat healthy foods
  • Keep your stress levels in check

Healthy Fitness
You don’t need to be an Olympic athlete to be in good shape. And you don’t need to spend hours at the gym or buy expensive exercise equipment either. There are simple things that you can do every day to make fitness a bigger part of your life. And most of these things take little time and are free. Learn more

Healthy Eating
There are many myths about healthy eating—it costs too much, it takes too much time, and good-for-you foods just don’t taste good. The truth is, healthy eating really is possible with limited time and budget. And, if you do it right, healthy eating can be tasty and enjoyable. Learn more

Healthy Kids
Right now, America’s children need a helping hand with their health—especially when it comes to being physically fit. In 2004, about 9 million (or roughly one in six kids ages six to 19 years old) were overweight. That’s more than triple the number of overweight children in 1980! Learn more

Healthy Workplace
Physical and mental health in the workplace is essential for happy and healthy living. Many of us spend the majority of our day at work. Job-related stress is a major obstacle, and striking the right balance between work and the rest of your life can be a challenge, especially if you are caring for children or an elderly parent. Learn more

Healthy Screening
Many chronic diseases can be serious. The good news is that there are a lot of tests to help health care providers and patients find out early whether there is a problem. Finding out about a health problem early is important because early treatment means you will have the best chance of staying as healthy as possible. Learn more

Healthy Checkup
This is a worksheet you can use to keep track of your health, risk factors for disease, and prevention activities. Fill out this sheet as best you can and share it with your doctor. Learn more

 

 

 

 

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