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World Health Day April 7

Apr 7, 2020 | News, NitFlix

World Health Day is today! With everything going on around the world; it is more important than ever to focus on the health and wellness of you and your family.

World Health Day

So, not only is this day in recognition of medical professionals all over the world; but also a reminder on things you can do to remain healthy.

Doctors, nurses and medical workers all over the world are at the center of COVID-19. In the medical community, they are addressing fears as well as providing treatments. Be sure to visit our Coronavirus Doesn’t Stop Lice post to read on ways to stay safe.

Of course, the work the medical professionals provide is critical in the lives of keeping others healthy.

At the same time, there are things we all need to do.

  1. Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds multiple times a day.
  2. Try to avoid touching your eyes, ears, face, and mouth.
  3. Meanwhile, social distancing is a must. Make sure you maintain a distance of at least 6 feet between yourself and others.

Be Healthy

When it comes to our health, it is important that you eat healthy, exercise, protect your skin and see your doctor for regular checkups.

In fact, good health can help assist you in not contacting other diseases.

Indeed, what we eat plays an important part in our overall health. For example, try to substitute fatty and processed food for fruit and vegetables. Also, a healthy diet will help you in losing weight and lower your risk of cholesterol.

In addition, exercise is an important factor. So, even if you don’t go to the gym; you can still exercise. For instance, dancing, biking, sports activities, running and walking are a few ways to get regular exercise.

Moreover, sun exposure is another big problem. Consequently, in the last several years; there has been a rise in skin cancer. To read tips on how to prevent skin cancer; check-out Skin Cancer Detection where you can find steps you need to take to prevent this disease.

In summary, let’s all support one another in these trying times.

Happy World Health Day!

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