EHE Newsletters

Staying Fit During the Winter
During the winter, people in colder climates tend to stay indoors and live a much more sedentary lifestyle than they do during the spring, summer and fall. It is important to remember, however, that exercise is a vital year–round component of a fit and healthy lifestyle and that the gains made during the other seasons of the year...
Screening Procedures
Along with physical examinations, a variety of screening procedures can help to identify diseases in their earliest, most treatable stages — often before symptoms develop. Preventive screenings are performed for dozens of health issues and typically follow age and gender–specific guidelines. Such guidelines can be confusing, however, as recommendations may vary between organizations and may change...
Smoking Cessation
Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable disease, disability and death in the United States. According to the U.S. Surgeon General, more than 1,000 people die every day from illnesses related to smoking. And, for every American that dies due to smoking, another 20 continue to suffer with at least one serious tobacco–related ailment.
Beginning an Exercise Program
Making the decision to begin a personal exercise program is an important step toward a healthier life. For that decision to have any impact, however, it must be followed by a tougher and even more important step: actually getting started. By learning about the many different types of exercise and understanding the inherent rewards and challenges...
New Year's Resolutions
The start of a new year is an ideal time to reflect on your lifestyle choices and behavior over the past 12 months and decide what positive changes you can make for a better and brighter year ahead. Whether you are determined to avoid repeating past mistakes or committed to...
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