The Center for Health Communications (CHC) presents regular toolkits to encourage wellness and health promotion at all of FOH's sites. Click on the toolkits below to download posters, flyers, closed circuit TV slides, tabletents, emails, and more.
Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of death across the globe, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The good news is that your risk for heart disease can often be reduced with preventative screenings and by modifying your diet, weight, physical activity level, and/or tobacco and alcohol use.
Men face unique health challenges, and one of the most potentially dangerous is their reluctance to seek health care. In fact, according to Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), men are 24 percent less likely than women to have seen a doctor in the past year. Men, it's time to take control of your health.
Summer is a great time to get outside, be more physically active, and enjoy various exciting seasonal activities and events. Like so many things, however, you can sometimes get too much of a good thing — too much sun, too much heat, too many bugs. Always put safety first and take the necessary precautions for a safe and enjoyable summer.
Vaccines have significantly minimized the risk of various infectious diseases that have historically threatened infants, children, and adults. Today, staying current with your immunizations is an important aspect to maintaining your overall well-being.
A diet rich in fruits and vegetables fuels your body with the essential vitamins and minerals so you can be your best. These foods can improve your health and lower your risk of cancer and other chronic diseases. Plus, fruits and veggies are energizing, loaded with nutrients, low in calories, and full of water to help you maintain a healthy weight.
Women tend to show a genuine sense of compassion and concern for those around them. But, sometimes this comes at the expense of their own needs and health. That's why it's important to put you first when it comes to your personal health and wellness.
It's never too late to quit using tobacco. While quitting may be challenging, proper preparation can make it easier. Don't wait another second to spare your body, bank account, and loved ones from the harmful effects of tobacco. Start your journey to a healthier you today by taking steps to quit.
The holidays are a great time to celebrate and share with loved ones—ushering in feelings of compassion and warmth. Yet, this time of year can often be full of busy preparations and unhealthy temptations. Learn how to stay happy, healthy, and stress-free this holiday season.