Initiated by the World Health Organization (WHO) in March 2007, World Hearing Day spreads awareness of hearing loss and ways to prevent or mitigate its effects. Additionally, WHO aims to make ear and hearing care a necessary component of universal health coverage. This post features significant facts and guidance about ear and hearing health.
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January is National Staying Healthy Month in the US. To raise awareness on keeping healthy in the New Year, this article provides helpful tips and information on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle effectively.
Initiated by the National Psoriasis Foundation in 1997, Psoriasis Awareness Month brings attention to the facts and misconceptions about psoriasis. Nearly ten million adults in the US live with psoriasis, and this health condition affects over 120 million people worldwide.
Initiated by the Prevent Blindness organization, Cataract Awareness Month aims to educate the public on cataracts and mitigate their associated adverse effects on eye health. This article will do just that, providing information on cataracts and ways to help prevent them.
High blood pressure, sometimes referred to as hypertension, affects nearly 50% of American adults. Every year in May, High Blood Pressure Education Month aims to raise awareness about this potentially fatal health condition. This article will provide information on high blood pressure and some helpful tips to mitigate your risk factors.
Occupational therapists play a vital role in the rehabilitation and support of individuals worldwide. As April is Occupational Therapy Month, this article will delve into occupational therapy and its associated benefits.
Cancer of the colon or rectum is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers throughout the US. Initiated in 2000, National Colorectal Cancer Month aims to raise awareness for this potentially deadly medical condition, urging Americans to take preventative measures to mitigate their risks. This article will provide you with facts about colorectal cancer and some helpful tips to aid in keeping these organs healthy.
Every year in February, we celebrate American Heart Month to help raise awareness about the proactive steps you can take to build and maintain a healthy heart. This year, we are going to focus on taking charge of health conditions that can potentially lead to heart disease.