Health Information the Easy Way

Guest blogger Nancy Faget lets us know about a great resource delaing with women’s health.

I’m a lazy reader.  Yes, I am primarily a scanner more than a reader.  (I hope this doesn’t put me in danger of losing my status as a librarian!) I appreciate a lot of white space and concise writing, which is exactly what the HHS Office of Women’s Health (OWH) has achieved in this new publication:  A Lifetime of Good Health:  Your Guide to Staying Healthy

This publication provides reminders, highlights, and checklists for any female at any stage of life (immunizations through Medicare services). The checklists beginning on page 6 are great tools to help you keep up with tests and immunizations.  Did you know, for example, that they recommend a TDP vaccine every 10 years? 

OWH has produced a slick new publication hitting all the high points.  It’s worth having  available in any family’s stash of medical reference material. You’ll find it to be a great handy reference  and an easy read – I promise!  To read (or scan!) A Lifetime of Good Health, or for more great information on any health issue, contact your local Federal depository library for assistance.

5 Responses to Health Information the Easy Way

  1. Randell says:

    Thanks Nancy, nice post.

    found it helpful

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  2. Verona says:

    Hmm it looks like your site ate my first comment (it was super long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I wrote and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog. I as well am an aspiring blog writer but I’m still new to the whole thing. Do you have any suggestions for inexperienced blog writers? I’d really appreciate it.

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  3. Social Media says:

    I agree with Linda. Wish more poeple would pay attention to this

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  4. Linda Dawson says:

    Its a sad fact sometimes that today even with all out modern medicines and vaccines that people don’t want to take advantage of all the help offered. I never miss my flu shot, and have yet to get sick, while watching others with the flu around me, suffering.
    Thanks for the chart and the reminder.

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