Wellness

Looking to learn how to make better choices when it comes to wellness? Just click on the photos below to be taken to trusted sources ranging from MyPlate to the American Cancer Society to Go4Life for the insights you need. And check back frequently because content is changing all the time!

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Save Resources & Money with WaterSense

Using water efficient products and practices saves both natural resources and  money. So how do you know you’re making better choices for your family and our planet? Look for the WaterSense label!

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SuperTracker: My Foods. My Fitness. My health

Want to see how your physical activity stacks up against your Daily Food Group targets? SuperTracker can help!

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Living with Someone with Depression? Know the Sign and How to Help

Did you know depression affects people of all ages, from all walks of life, in all countries? Or that according to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression is now the second leading cause of death among 15-29-year olds? Check out these tips on what you can do to help someone you live with who is depressed, while taking care of yourself at the same time.

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Greener Living with EPA Resources

EPA has tools to help you make the better choices that will reduce your environmental footprint. Learn more about greener living, sustainability and pollution prevention on the EPA website.

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Coping with Depression

Depression is a common but serious mood disorder that causes severe symptoms that affect how you feel, think, and handle daily activities, such as sleeping, eating, or working. Find out the risk factors, and signs and symptoms to help you cope.

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Plant Trees to Help Communities with The Canopy Project

Trees help communities help themselves by achieving long-term sustainability, preserving livelihoods, and strengthening cultures today for future generations. You can help support Earth Day Network’s Canopy Project. Every dollar you donate is another tree in the ground.

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