The following consumer resources are from the Quick Guide to Healthy Living at healthfinder.gov.
Talking with a friend or family member about losing weight can be hard. If you want to help a loved one reach a healthy weight, these tips can help you get the conversation started.
Screenings are medical tests that check for diseases. Find out which screenings you need this year.
Physical activity increases your chances of living a longer, healthier life. It can also help you look and feel your best.
To stay at a healthy weight, balance the calories you eat with the calories you burn (use up). If you need to lose weight, start by setting small goals.
You can lower your risk of type 2 diabetes by eating healthy and staying active.
Check your blood pressure at least every 2 years starting at age 18.
Take good care of your teeth now to help prevent problems as you grow older.
Your vision changes as you get older. Learn the signs and symptoms of eye problems.
Sometimes a family member or friend could use a little encouragement to make a healthy change. Use these tips to start a conversation about eating healthy.
You can lower your risk of type 2 diabetes by eating healthy, staying active, and watching your weight. Use these questions to talk to your doctor about how you can prevent type 2 diabetes.
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