In 1948 the World Health Organization declared that “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease”. Their definition remains unchanged to this day. In order to achieve a positive state of health in our Hampton Roads community we must be willing to face a variety of local health challenges including, the rate of diabetes, infant mortality, and obesity. How can we meet these challenges as individuals? By adopting a healthy lifestyle.
You may already be living a healthy lifestyle, reducing stress, quitting smoking, eating vegetables and squeezing in exercise into your busy day. Perhaps you are interested in learning what else you can do to improve upon your own state of health. For additional tips to lead a healthy life visit read more about it @;
Health Tips for Every Woman (EVMS Magazine)
Healthy Living (MedlinePlus)
Tips for a Safe and Healthy Life(Centers for Disease Control)
Choose a Healthy Lifestyle (American Heart Association)
Four ways to Reduce Risk – Adopt a Physically Healthy Lifestyle (American Cancer Association)
Discover more about health issues, search Eastern Virginia Medical School’s Edward E. Brickell Medical Sciences Library collections and databases by visiting the library’s website at http://www.evms.edu/library.
This blog is about consumer health topics of interest to the general public and a vehicle to promote the Edward E. Brickell Medical Sciences Library and library outreach events.
Ruth Smith, MLIS