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To work toward our mission of accessible healthcare, we’ve provided a number of free ACV Health resources to help you live a healthy, active life. We hope you take advantage of these blog posts, articles and other materials provided by our experienced healthcare team and partners.

Author: Ruthann Campbell

Healthy Habits in the Workplace | ACV Health

Healthy Habits in the Workplace

It’s common knowledge that maintaining healthy habits improves productivity, reduces stress and enhances overall well-being. The challenge lies in balancing what we know and what we do, especially when we spend a significant amount of time in our work environments. To truly make positive changes, we need to focus on cultivating healthy habits. Here are some ideas that can help.

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Get Moving: Easy Exercises for Adults

Are you getting enough movement in your day-to-day life?  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), adults need “at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity physical activity, or an equivalent combination each week.” 

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Mental Health Tips for Adults, Kids and Teens

Are you talking with your kids about their mental health? Maintaining good mental health is important for those of all ages – including kids, teens and adults. But it can be hard for parents to know how and when to discuss these issues with their children.

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Healthy Cell Phone Use: Guide for Parents

Many older kids and young teens today have cell phones – which include unlimited access to social media, the internet and talking with their peers. As a parent, it’s your responsibility to establish healthy cell phone use habits for your family.

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Dysphagia and Speech Therapy: What You Need to Know if You Have Trouble Swallowing

Many adults take the act of eating and swallowing for granted. For those with dysphagia, however, swallowing becomes difficult and painful, and eating can be a real struggle. Dysphagia is the medical term for difficulty swallowing. Although occasional swallowing difficulties are normal from time to time, such as eating too quickly or not chewing well enough, persistent dysphagia is cause for concern and may require medical treatment.

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