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Reset Your Health Clock for 2015

On average, nearly 50% of Americans will make a New Year’s resolution. Many of these resolutions will focus on health. But being healthy is more than just exercising, eating right and drinking water. Whether you are young, old or somewhere in between, prevention and early detection can significantly reduce your risk of illness, disability or an early death. 

Community Health Charities offers this printable version of Health Screening Tips for men and women from age 20 to age 60 and beyond. We also invite you to visit CHC's national Facebook page, where you can enter your age and gender to generate a list of the specific health screenings you need. 

For more great health tips, click here.

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Cancer: You Can Make It Work

Woman with CancerIt's no surprise that cancer is the disease that employees fear most. Approximately 40 percent of men and women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point during their lifetime. And many employees who don't have cancer take care of someone else who does.

The good news is that more than one-third of all cancers are related to lifestyle factors that can be changed, including lack of exercise, poor diet and tobacco use. Early prevention and education also improve your chances of staying cancer-free. Whether you have cancer or want to learn more about your cancer risk, these resources can help you manage cancer in the workplace.



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The American Cancer Society saves lives and creates more birthdays by helping you stay well, helping you get well, by finding cures, and fighting back. (Participates in the Combined Federal Campaign only).

 

  
Summer was a born a perfectly healthy child. At age five, she lost 25% of her body weight and fell into a coma. Type 1 diabetes, an autoimmune disease attacked the insulin producing cells in her pancreas and caused her body to become acidic. She remained in a diabetic ketoacidosis coma for three days.

 


 
 
 

 

 

 

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