The U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services Office of Minority Health works to achieve health equity. Follow @OMH_Espanol for Spanish resources.
Everyone can lead an #ActiveandHealthy lifestyle no matter your age or size. @HHSPrevention ’s #MoveYourWay campaign has resources for everyone with health conditions, disabilities, older adults and more! Learn more:
@MinorityHealth and @womenshealth awarded 18 communities with grants to address the @HHSGov priority to expand youth participation in #sports and encourage regular physical activity. Learn more about the grantees: #Funding
Have you wondered what are some signs and symptoms of someone suffering from #opioid addiction? @NIDAnews has a list to help you identify when someone is not acting like they used to due to #opioid misuse:
July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. OMH is dedicated to raising awareness about mental health disparities in the minority community. Visit the OMH observance page for minority mental health events, resources and more.
April is National Minority Health Month! Together we can bridge health equity across communities. #NMHM17
Mental health is a key part of good health. Accessing mental care and treatment is just as important as going to the doctor for a problem with your body. Take time to learn more about the importance of mental health. #MinorityMentalHealth
Minority groups in the United States are less likely to have access to mental health services, which can lead to poor mental health outcomes. Learn more #MinorityMentalHealth
Beat the heat with a slice of watermelon for #NationalWatermelonDay . This refreshing fruit is 91% water, has vitamins C, A, and B5. It reduces insulin resistance, muscle soreness and lowers blood pressure. Find delicious recipes @USDANutrition :