Three key areas of focus and five targeted health and safety initiatives for AOHP to address during the next two years were identified by the 2010 AOHP membership survey and needs assessment, and through the partnerships that AOHP has developed with other stakeholders.
Archive for the ‘Well Being’ Category
The Ohio State University is hosting the inaugural Building Healthy Academic Communities National Summit on April 22-23 in an effort to improve health and wellness outcomes among the 31.2 million students, faculty and staff in US higher education. Nearly 80 other universities and colleges are joining together in an effort to promote the health and [...]
One of the latest diet trends is the Paleo Diet in which people eat like the hunter-gatherers of the Stone Age. Who has tried it or know of someone who has? What is your opinion? Medically, is it healthy or harmful? Join the discussion here or on the NEWS-Line Facebook page. ~ JMB
Here is a snapshot of flu activity in all 50 states and the District of Columbia as compiled by the Associated Press. Alabama: Like many states, Alabama is having an earlier and busier flu season than a year ago — though not as bad as the 2009 pandemic. The state Department of Public Health [...]
The 2012 theme for World AIDS Day is “Working Together for an AIDS-Free Generation.” Looking for ways you can take action around World AIDS Day? AIDS.gov offers numerous resources: National AIDS Strategy The Facing AIDS Initiative Tools for Providers Downloadable [...]