How many of you know someone who has diabetes? What about prediabetes? If you raised your hand to the first question but not the second, you might want to change your vote. Chances are, someone you know — a friend, a colleague, a neighbor, maybe even a family member — has it. But even he may not know it.
As October comes to a close and Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes to an end, we’ll all probably start seeing less pink on TV commercials and your favorite products, but that doesn’t mean we should stop thinking about breast cancer. While Breast Cancer Awareness Month may be almost over that doesn’t mean that our fight against breast cancer is.
School age is the perfect time for children to learn about healthy food, bodies and activity. This is the time they start a busy social life, have pocket money and begin to help choose their own lifestyle. Children of this age learn quickly and are also influenced by their friends and popular trends.
Children need a wide variety of foods for a well-balanced diet.
We are in the dead heat of summer, in some places extremely sunny and hot outside. Whether the sun is beaming down strong or hidden behind a sheet of clouds, it is important to make sure and take the proper precautions to preserve your precious skin and avoid overexposure.
According to The American Cancer Society,
Now it is summer; Schools are being to be closed for 2 months and time for traveling. Travel medicine is about prevention and if you decide to travel, consult with your doctor at least one month before travel to allow time for thorough evaluation and for immunizations.
To estimate the risks of exposure to endemic diseases,
For children and teens to grow up healthy, bodily and mindly, it’s important they are physically active and eat healthy foods every day.
An active, healthy lifestyle must start early in life to help children develop habits that will last a lifetime. Physical activity has benefits at every age, and helps kids keep their heart and lungs strong and healthy,