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Use these tools from @HealthCareGov to help you choose a doctor, hospital, or nursing home: 1.usa.gov/1rql0yX
Take care of yourself! Talk with your doctor or nurse about which #healthscreenings are right for you. 1.usa.gov/1uojMCJ #healthfinder
Your health depends on good communication! Get tips to help you communicate with your doctor from @AHRQNews: 1.usa.gov/Z2icx5
You can make the most of your doctor visits. Find out how: 1.usa.gov/1v3wYxo #healthfinder
Share your thoughts on this #HealthNews: “Food expert suggests changes to lose weight — willpower not required” lat.ms/XByX0l
Talk with your doctor or nurse about getting up to date on your shots (vaccines): 1.usa.gov/1AROmtk #healthfinder
When you choose a doctor for yourself or a loved one, choose someone you can trust. Tips: 1.usa.gov/1iAdyO8 #healthfinder
Check out this week’s health challenge & RT if you plan to take us up on it! pic.twitter.com/H6DGz61dxJ
Are you ready to take charge of your #HealthCare? Follow us this week for tips to help you take an active role when it comes to your health.
Follow @healthychildren @KidsHealth @AmerAcadPeds @BabysFirstTest for more on newborn screening tests and keeping your baby healthy. #FF
Physical activity is safe for almost everyone, regardless of age. go.usa.gov/pncJ [PDF] #ActiveAgingWeek2014
We’d love to hear your thoughts on this: “Antibiotics Prescribed For Children Twice As Often As Needed” n.pr/YSV3NJ #HealthNews
Check out this helpful information about newborn and infant development from @medlineplus: 1.usa.gov/1soKqsR
Protect your child from serious childhood diseases by making sure she gets all recommended shots (vaccines): 1.usa.gov/1wDDDSJ
Do you have a newborn? You may be able to get your baby screened at no cost to you. More: 1.usa.gov/1qLkXOB #healthfinder
Are you an expecting parent? #NBSMonth is the perfect time to learn more about #newbornscreening bit.ly/1nQYOZp
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Before well-baby visits, it’s a good idea to make a list of questions you want to ask the doctor. Some ideas: 1.usa.gov/1s6FBKl
Check out these frequently asked questions about #NewbornScreening from @BabysFirstTest: bit.ly/1p1zgZP #NBSMonth
Regular #exercise makes you stronger and helps you avoid falls. go.usa.gov/gdEz [PDF] #ActiveAgingWeek2014
Learn about health problems that can be found early with #NewbornScreening tests: 1.usa.gov/1wE31rJ #NBSMonth #healthfinder
DYK? Babies need to go to the doctor for a checkup 6 times in their 1st year. Learn about these important visits: 1.usa.gov/1wDz1MF
Parents to be: Find out which #NewbornScreening tests are offered in your state: bit.ly/1koABwJ
If you are pregnant, talk with your doctor about #NewbornScreening BEFORE your baby is born. 1.usa.gov/XhR7V0 #NBSMonth #healthfinder
Check out this week’s health challenge & RT if you plan to join in! #NBSMonth pic.twitter.com/VCARcHP0Tu
September is #NewbornScreening Awareness Month, and we are talking about screening tests & doctor visits for your baby. Join us! #NBSMonth
Follow @healthychildren @KidsHealth @TeenHealthGov @girlshealth for more information on talking to your kids about sex! #FF
Parents of teens! Use these great tools from @TeenHealthGov to guide your conversations about sex: 1.usa.gov/Yx012u #parenting
Check out @KidsHealth’s important resource on what parents need to know about #BirthControl: bit.ly/1CRXlvF #parenting
We know it can be difficult, but it’s important to talk to your kids about STDs. Tips from @KidsHealth: bit.ly/WJ19y9 #parenting
Practice active listening when you talk with your kids about sex. Learn how from @healthychildren: bit.ly/1kzo1sf #parenting
Nervous to talk with your kids about sex? Try using examples from TV or music to start a conversation: 1.usa.gov/1xJ4QF7 #parenting
Help your teens build strong, respectful relationships — start by talking about healthy relationships. 1.usa.gov/1qLr1V5 #parenting
Find out if your child's school has an evacuation plan & how you can get reunited after a disaster. #Prep4Kids
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Kids of different ages may react differently to a disaster. Respond at their level. ow.ly/BBVbO #Prep4Kids
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If you haven't put together a disaster kit yet, this list is a great start. ow.ly/BBTSL #Prep4Kids
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Make sure your family emergency kit & plan keep up with your child’s changing needs, from clothes to toys to favorite snacks. #Prep4Kids
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Try these communication tips from @healthychildren when talking to your kids about sex: bit.ly/QpXWR2 #parenting
Got questions on keeping little ones safe in a disaster? Join the #Prep4Kids chat today @1pmET PHE.gov/Prep4Kids pic.twitter.com/LOP8Vab2Qq
Share your thoughts on this #HealthNews: “Contraception, abstinence push U.S. teen birthrates to historic lows” lat.ms/1lTN5xJ
When your kids ask you questions about sex, ask them what THEY think before you answer: 1.usa.gov/1CRRyX6 #healthfinder #parenting
Youth 13-24 are especially at risk for #STDs. Help them make safer #sexualhealth choices! go.usa.gov/V9Ej pic.twitter.com/ZdQKGI7qSh
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Find age-appropriate ways to talk to kids about bodies & sex with these Q&As from @KidsHealth: bit.ly/1BsjvD6 #parenting
Talking w/ your kids about sex may not be easy, but it’s important. Tips to help guide your conversations: 1.usa.gov/1uw1fW9 #parenting
A7: Find Spanish-language health tips & tools, including info on services covered under health reform. 1.usa.gov/ZmTZl1 #HHMSalud
HIV/AIDS among top causes of death for Latinos. We provide resources in Spanish for women and girls. go.usa.gov/VNQe. #HHMSalud
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A5: Promotoras: Educational materials on #physicalactivity & #nutrition now available in Spanish: 1.usa.gov/1uDJLaB #HHMSalud
A4: miBuscador de salud helps families find out which important health services they may need this year. 1.usa.gov/ZmTZl1 #HHMSalud