The good news: you can control asthma by taking the right medicine and avoiding triggers that cause an asthma attack. Learn more about creating an asthma action plan at http://1.usa.gov/1SE96jm.
Get inspired to #MoveInMay visit https://go.usa.gov/x58mx.
Health Management Partners offers a Asthma Management Health Coaching Program.
Learn more about asthma’s impact on the nation: http://1.usa.gov/1SE96jm
Research shows that getting more active and changing our sedentary habits is one of the most effective ways to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes. That’s why Health Management Partners is joining the American Diabetes Association’s third annual National Get Fit Don’t Sit Day today.
Today is all about recognizing the importance of getting up and moving throughout the day as an important part of a healthy lifestyle. In fact, the ADA recommends that everyone get up and move at least every 30 minutes. #GetFitDontSit
On World Asthma Day and throughout May, people with asthma and organizations dedicated to asthma control and education join together to increase awareness about asthma and improve the lives of all people with asthma.
Unused or expired prescription medications are a public safety issue, leading to accidental poisoning, overdose, and abuse.
Visit DEATakeBack.com for a collection site near you.
More than 37% of the U.S. workforce is sleep deprived. Fatigue can affect our ability to #justdrive. Learn more at www.nsc.org/fatigue
Distractions can last a lot longer than people realize. Even hands-free is dangerous because our brains remain distracted by the conversation. #justdrive and learn more at http://www.nsc.org/justdrive
#TesticularCancer is a serious disease that affects nearly 10,000 men each year. But it is also treatable if caught early. Make sure you get in and get checked this April for Testicular Cancer Awareness Month.
One in three Americans is at risk for developing type 2 diabetes. Learn your risk in 60 seconds by taking the American Diabetes Association Type 2 Diabetes Risk Test for #DiabetesAlertDay on March 27. http://diabetes.org/alertday