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Promoting Healthy Living Pays Off: Help Your Employees or Community Focus on Nutrition and Fitness

With the holiday season upon us, it’s a good time for people to think about their New Year’s resolutions and start getting back in shape. Business and community leaders, take note: This is the perfect time of year to promote well-being. Help the people in your communities set and achieve fitness goals and better manage …

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‘Tis the Season to Be Feverish, Tired and Stuffed Up: Tips to Help Your Community Fight the Flu This Winter

No matter how much you might dislike spring cleaning, mowing the lawn, raking leaves or shoveling snow, of all the seasons – flu season has to be your least favorite. CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine as the first and most important step in protecting against flu viruses, so encourage your community to get their …

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Threats and Outbreaks: Preventing the Spread of Emerging Infectious Diseases for a Healthier Community

Your community knows how to avoid the common cold – after all, being around someone who is congested is a great incentive to wash your hands often and be more careful. But are the people in your community aware of how to protect themselves against emerging infectious diseases (EIDs)? Read on to learn about EIDs …

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Don’t Turn a Blind Eye to Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

At work, all employees should feel safe and are entitled to pursue their duties in a respectful environment. It’s a given that sexual assault is unacceptable, destructive and illegal. And yet, at alarming rates, news headlines and widespread reports expose workplace sexual assault scandals and allegations. Victims are speaking up. Ugly truths are being revealed. …

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Keeping Citizens’ Type 2 Diabetes in Check: 6 Tips for Success at Healthy Living

Diabetes is a very real epidemic. Even though type 2 diabetes most often occurs in adults, it is becoming increasingly common in children and teenagers. In the U.S., 30.3 million people have diabetes – that’s 9.4% of the population. According to the CDC’s National Diabetes Statistics Report, of those 30.3 million Americans: 1 million people …

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Healing from Depression: Are People in Your Community Familiar with the Treatment Options?

You may be aware that depression is a common disorder, but did you know that of the 19 million adult Americans affected by it, only about one-third get the necessary treatment? Don’t let people in your community slip through the cracks – teach them about depression and the many tools and resources available to help …

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Cybersecurity Smarts for the Cyber Citizen: Stay Safe Online

Last Year, Equifax announced a major data breach, exposing millions of American’s Social Security numbers and other sensitive information. Around the globe, ransomware malware locks up personal data and sends victims messages requesting online payment as ransom. A few simple clicks by a cybercriminal can have devastating consequences. With such a staggering amount of our …

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The Hurt is Heavy: Bullying in Schools Needs Our Attention Now More Than Ever

Every child has the right to feel safe at home, at school and in their community. Bullying makes this feeling much harder to achieve. Bullying can take place anywhere: at school, at parties, online, through text messages – not always where educators may be and see. One thing everyone needs to be clear on: Bullying …

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From Self-Exams to Mammograms: Encourage Women to Take Action to Lower Their Risk of Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month – the perfect time to wear a pink ribbon and spread the word about the steps women can take to detect breast cancer. First, some facts: Both women and men can get breast cancer, though it is much more common in women. Other than skin cancer, breast cancer is …

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Coming Together to Heal Together: Understanding Drug Addiction and the Opioid Epidemic

Drug addiction is a complex illness – it is painful for the person with the substance use disorder, and it is also heartbreaking for family and friends to watch their loved one suffer. September is National Drug and Alcohol Recovery Month: Make sure your community understands what drug addiction is, how to prevent it and …

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The Hazards of Hurricanes: What You Can Do to Weather the Storm

Hurricanes are a powerful force: The high winds, heavy rain and flooding of these massive storm systems threaten not only lives, but homes, buildings, roads, vehicles and entire communities. How can you be prepared for, survive and safely deal with the return home in the aftermath of hurricane havoc? Here are a few helpful guidelines …

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Ready and Resilient: Preparing Families Today for What Could Happen Tomorrow

Emergencies and disasters can happen suddenly and have devastating consequences. Quite often, people who consider themselves “prepared” aren’t as prepared as they think. Is your community prepared for the unexpected? Get started now and inform citizens today with a few helpful basic emergency preparedness tips that won’t leave them in the lurch. These handy checklists …

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