Monthly Prevention Topics - National Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
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Monthly Prevention Topics

Be Tobacco Free.

 

November

Quitting tobacco use is the most
important thing you can do to
improve your health and protect
your family's health.
Learn more

All Monthly Prevention Topics include patient handouts to download and useful websites. Many of the topics correlate with the National Health Observances. You can have the handouts available in waiting rooms, health fairs and other educational forums.

Upcoming Editions

  • November 2021:
    Quitting tobacco use is the single most important thing
    you can do to improve your health and protect
    your family’s health. Learn more
  • November 2021: Be Tobacco Free
  • December2021: Manage Stress 
  • January 2022: Limit Alcohol 
  • February 2022: Strive for a Healthy Weight 
  • March 2022: Eat Wisely 
  • April 2022: Be Involved in Your Health Care 
  • May 2022: Be Physically Active 
  • June 2022: Sleep Well  
  • July 2022: Be Involved in Your Health Care: Ask About Low Blood Sugars  
  • August 2022: Get Recommended Vaccines and Screening Tests: Focus on Vaccinations 
  • September 2022: Be Safe: STIs  
  • October 2022: Get Recommended Vaccines and Screening Tests: Focus on Cancer Early Detection  
  • November 2022: Be Tobacco Free  
  • December 2022: Manage Stress  

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