Resources | Advice and Links to trusted health information
|Tips for Workplace Health|
Quick tips for integrating healthy habits into your work day
|Living a Healthy Lifestyle|
Here are some helpful web resources for advice on living healthy every day.
|Improving Your Health Behaviors|
Online tools to help you improve your health and health behavior and advice for getting started.
|Getting Support for Healthy Living|
Sometimes it can be easier to live well with help from others. Here are some helpful sites to connect with organizations and people who understand what you’re going through.
|Depression: When Should You Get Help?|
Depression is a common condition, especially in people with chronic illnesses. Here’s advice on recognizing the symptoms of depression and resources for finding help for you or a loved one.
|Living With Pain|
Learn about pain, both temporary and chronic, ways to treat pain at home, when to go to the doctor and more about palliative care.
|Facts About Vitamins and Supplements|
Learn the facts from trusted experts about vitamins and supplements along with tips for safe use.
Prepared Patient Voices | In-depth features with insights from doctors, health care experts and patients
|Staying Well at Work|
More and more employers are offering workplace wellness programs-but do they work?
|Vitamins and Supplements: Before You Dive In|
Vitamins, herbs and other dietary supplements are sold as natural alternatives to pharmaceuticals and many people turn to them in an attempt to improve their health.
|Do I Have to Go to the Dentist? Oral Health Starts Early|
Increasingly, children are losing their baby teeth not due to the budding of their permanent teeth but to the ravages of early decay and cavities. For some parents, this is a result of a lack of understanding about the importance of oral health, even at an early age.
|Small Steps to Big Health Change|
We often give a chilly reception to the idea of going "cold turkey" when it comes to anything that has to do with changing behaviors and habits, even those that may be important for our health.
|When Depression Is Severe|
Severe depression is life threatening, so it is worth every effort you make and every resource it may take to get depression under control and make life more manageable.
Military Culture Enables Tobacco Use
Schools Often Fail to Follow Their Own Written Wellness Policies