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Past Monthly Health Topics:

Public Health Week

Public Health Week

Monday: A healthier America begins with active living & healthy eating.

SOMETIMES THE SMALLEST CHANGE CAN MAKE THE BIGGEST DIFFERENCE. If we take small actions, our communities, homes and families will see the large benefits of preventive care and grow the movement. Eating healthy and engaging in regular physical activity are just a few of the ways people can stay healthy. Yet each year, despite these easy ways to stay healthy, nearly 1 million Americans die from diseases that could have been prevented.

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Public Health Week

Tuesday: A healthier America begins with living tobacco- and drug-free and preventing alcohol abuse.

TOBACCO, DRUGS AND ALCOHOL KILL HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS each year. Death and disease from tobacco, drug and alcohol use is preventable. By living tobacco- drug- and alcohol- free, more Americans can live healthier, longer-lasting lives. If we take small actions, our communities, homes and families will see the large benefits of preventive care and grow the movement. Join the American Public Health Association as we work toward taking preventive measures to live healthier lives.

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Public Health Week

Wednesday: A healthier America begins with preventing communicable diseases.

SOMETIMES THE SMALLEST CHANGE CAN MAKE THE BIGGEST DIFFERENCE. If we take small actions, our communities, homes and families will see the large benefits of preventive care and grow the movement. Properly washing your food and hands before cooking to prevent the spread of bacteria or viruses are just a few of the ways people can stay healthy. Many diseases are preventable. Yet each year, 1 million Americans die from diseases that could have been prevented.

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Public Health Week

Thursday: A healthier America begins with reproductive and sexual health.

SOMETIMES THE SMALLEST CHANGE CAN MAKE THE BIGGEST DIFFERENCE. If we take small actions, our communities, homes and families will see the large benefits of preventive care and grow the movement. Yet each year, despite the many easy ways to stay healthy, nearly 1 million Americans die from diseases that could have been prevented.

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Public Health Week

Friday: A healthier America begins with mental and emotional well-being.

SOMETIMES THE SMALLEST CHANGE CAN MAKE THE BIGGEST DIFFERENCE. If we take small actions, our communities, homes and families will see the large benefits of preventive care and grow the movement. Each year, nearly 1 million Americans die from diseases that could have been prevented. When it comes to mental and emotional well-being, the little things truly make an impact. Early detection of mental health problems and proper treatment are just a few of the ways people can stay healthy.

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