NIH News in Health, April
Check out the April issue of NIH News in Health, the monthly newsletter bringing you practical health news and tips based on the latest NIH research. And consider joining us on Facebook, where you can write on our wall to suggest topics you’d like us to cover, or start a discussion about how you use the newsletter. Go to http://www.facebook.com/pages/NIH-News-in-Health/45385547967 and become a fan. In this edition:
Get Moving and Stay Healthy
Make Physical Activity Part of Your Life
People from all walks of life find it difficult to get enough exercise. But research shows that all Americans need physical activity for good health. New government guidelines can help you get started and stay active.
Remember To Take Your Pills?
Jog Your Memory of What To Take and When
We forget things every day—people’s names, our keys or whether we locked the front door. But when it comes to taking your medicines, don’t let your memory fail you.
- Study Questions Prostate Cancer Test
- Vitamin C May Ward Off Gout
- Featured Web Site: Rethinking Drinking
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