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Follow @AHRQNews @HealthCareGov @CDCgov for more helpful resources on health literacy and taking charge of your health care. #FF
Use these tips to choose a doctor that’s right for you: 1.usa.gov/1iAdyO8 #HealthLit #healthfinder
Get the info you need to make decisions about your #HealthInsurance. Check out @HealthCareGov’s glossary: 1.usa.gov/11oofNj #HealthLit
Thanks to everyone who participated in today's #DVchat. Together we can work to #endtheviolence in all communities.
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A8: Our slideshow about women and health care reform has info about #domesticviolence screening & counseling: 1.usa.gov/1wtUKFw #DVchat
A7 Young people needing help can contact @loveisrespect by calling 866.331.9474 or texting “loveis” to 22522. #DVchat
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Safety planning can mean the difference between a #whyileft story and a #WhyIStayed story. #DVchat go.usa.gov/G9a5
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A7: If you have experienced #domesticviolence, there are steps you can take to protect yourself and get help: 1.usa.gov/1xa0JNL #DVchat
A5: Wondering how to help someone affected by #domesticviolence? These tips can help: 1.usa.gov/1CX81qb #DVchat
Use this tool from @AHRQNews to build a list of questions to ask the doctor at your next visit: 1.usa.gov/169kryA #HealthLit
Join us for today’s #DVchat hosted by @womenshealth. Happening now!
Most of us have trouble understanding health info at some point. RT if you plan to take our challenge! #HealthLit pic.twitter.com/3xbFHnJChO
Remember to share your #HealthLit resources and success stories with us! We’re excited to hear what you have to say about health literacy.
We’ve got a brand new health topic on keeping your baby safe during sleep. Check it out! 1.usa.gov/1nbODDQ #SafeToSleep #healthfinder
These videos from @AHRQNews can help you get more involved in your health care: 1.usa.gov/1wIhYFK #HealthLit
This #HealthLiteracyMonth, learn how you can take charge of your health care! 1.usa.gov/PPq6o0 #HealthLit #healthfinder
To learn about the complex issue of childhood obesity take @GoHealthyPeople's online training: 1.usa.gov/YqPt4M pic.twitter.com/LN4Aqbx7Ex
Have you checked out the myhealthfinder tool? Use it to learn what preventive services you may need this year: 1.usa.gov/1aqXYhV
October is #HealthLiteracy Month! Finding time to read is important to developing literacy skills! Get tips here. ow.ly/CFqWC
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Will you be shopping for a health plan on @HealthCareGov? Be a smart shopper! Get info from @nytimes: nyti.ms/1w820oo #HealthNews
Not sure exactly what health literacy is? Get the basics from @medlineplus: 1.usa.gov/1yE514f #HealthLit
Check out this week’s challenge & RT if you plan to take us up on it! #healthfinder #HealthLit pic.twitter.com/8ckQZGxswU
October is #HealthLiteracyMonth! This week, we invite you to share your #HealthLit resources and success stories! #healthfinder
Follow @loveisrespect @TeenHealthGov @KidsHealth @CDCInjury for more resources to help you talk with your teen about relationships. #FF
For Domestic Violence Awareness Month, learn about stopping intimate partner violence BEFORE it starts. go.usa.gov/vuuY #DVAM2014
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In this week’s #HealthNews: “NFL meeting with black women’s groups on #DomesticViolence a ‘productive’ beginning” wapo.st/1vHG6be
Be a role model! You can teach your kids a lot by treating them and others with respect. Learn more: 1.usa.gov/ZqVbUc
Learn more about teen dating violence from @CDCgov: 1.usa.gov/1eKhUSh #DVAM
As kids get older, it’s still important to set rules. Some things to think about when it comes to teens and dating: 1.usa.gov/1ukbcYa
Have you shared your #HealthLit resources and success story yet? We can’t wait to hear from you! #healthfinder
Learn the differences between healthy and unhealthy relationships: ow.ly/BZcIT (via @womenshealth) #DVAM
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1 in 4 women experience domestic violence. This Domestic Violence Awareness Month, know how to get help: go.usa.gov/VdMC
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NEW Be Active Your Way Blog Post: "Commit to Inclusion" bit.ly/1sT0AiN
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Share this fact sheet about healthy & unhealthy relationships from @loveisrespect with your teen: bit.ly/1l3nu4w [PDF] #DVAM
If you are worried that your teen is in an unsafe relationship, text “loveis” to 22522 to get help from the Nat’l Dating Abuse Helpline.
Need help starting a conversation with your teen about healthy relationships? Try these tips from @TeenHealthGov: 1.usa.gov/1xWuBRG
Only 5 hours left to join the Thunderclap in support of clear health information for all. Learn more: thndr.it/1rqdAwt #HealthLit
Wondering when to start talking to your child about healthy relationships? We’ve got advice! 1.usa.gov/10pvTGU #DVAM #healthfinder
You can help your teen build strong, respectful relationships. Start today: 1.usa.gov/1pHvDJ4 #DVAM #healthfinder
Check out this week’s health challenge & RT if you plan to join in! #healthfinder pic.twitter.com/uytK795DXq
October is Health Literacy Month! Remember to share your #HealthLit resources and success stories! #healthfinder
It’s #DomesticViolence Awareness Month. This week, we’re sharing resources to help you talk to your teen about healthy relationships. #DVAM
We’d love to hear your thoughts on this #HealthNews: “Skirt size increase linked to #BreastCancer risk, study finds” cnb.cx/YrcFPG
Is someone you love in an unhealthy relationship? Learn how you can help in our monthly newsletter: bit.ly/1D0T3Bi #healthfinder
Learn more about #BreastCancer by watching this presentation from @medlineplus: 1.usa.gov/1mBCd87 #BCAM
We’re challenging you to talk to your doctor about when and how often to get tested for #BreastCancer. Up for it? RT! pic.twitter.com/yf43CNnf1z
If you have a family history of breast or ovarian cancer, talk with your doctor about genetic testing: 1.usa.gov/18a5pZa #healthfinder
It’s very important to tell your doctor if your family has a history of breast or ovarian cancer. Learn why: 1.usa.gov/1uEul8p
Check out this helpful fact sheet about #mammograms. Thanks, @womenshealth! 1.usa.gov/1sD83DT #BCAM