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Mental Health

Diabetes Mellitus

Dementia

Arthritis, musculo skeletal conditions

Cancer Control

Obesity

Asthma

Cardiovascular Health

Injury Prevention and Control

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Type 2 - maintaining a healthy weight, regular physical activity, make healthy food choices, manage blood pressure and cholesterol levels and don’t smoke.

Breast Cancer - Taking medicine for a precancerous condition, changing lifestyle and eating habits and breastfeeding.

Anxiety - avoid stimulants/caffeine, use meditation to release stress

Eat foods high in fibre, low in salt, cholesterol, fat and sugar.

Rheumatoid Arthritis - drink alcohol occasionally in small amounts, excerise 60 minutes daily, eat high fibre, low salt, fat and sugar foods and a variety of fruit and vegetables and avoid tobacco use.

Hypertension - keep blood pressure known and under control, exercise regularly, don’t smoke, get tested for diabetes, keep cholesterol levels and triglyceride levels known and under control, eat lots of fruits and vegetables and maintain a healthy weight

follow asthma action plan, get vaccinated for influenza and pneumonia, identify possible triggers, monitor breathing, identify attacks early, take prescribed medication and pay attention to increasing quick relief inhaler use.

be aware of your surroundings, use PPE, use your logic, ask for help when you need it, read up on your workplace’s safety plan and requirements.

Alzheimer's - look after your heart, mentally challenge your brain regularly, do physical activity regularly, follow a healthy diet and stay socially active


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