This section can help you find the resources you need to be as healthy as you can be.
Depression can be treated. It’s important that you see your primary care provider (PCP) regularly. Your PCP will work with you to help you feel much better. Always take your medication, and let your PCP know if your symptoms change.
Many people with diabetes think they have to follow a strict diet. Not true. You do have to watch your insulin, but you can eat normally.
Most smokers today know that smoking is bad for their health and harmful to people around them. They know they should quit, but they also know it’s going to be hard. Fortunately, there’s a lot of help available. The American Lung Association offers resources to help smokers figure out their reasons for quitting and then take the big step of quitting for good.
A written action plan can help you stay in control of your asthma. It helps you and your family, coworkers, teachers and caregivers work with your primary care provider (PCP) to manage your asthma symptoms.