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Score a new healthy eating tip. Learn another reason why you need to quit smoking right now. Read about ways to start up an exercise routine -- and stick with it this time. Pick up even one new thing to try, and you'll be on the road to good health.
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With all that you've got going on in your life, make the commitment to make Monday your day -- the day you make a change that will improve your health for years to come.
Staying FitBeing active keeps you healthy and young. Restart your exercise habit or find a new activity to try:
Eating RightEating is a huge part of health. Create lasting healthy eating habits with the ideas below:
- Rules for Healthy Eating
- Slow Down for Health
- Mindful Eating is Healthy Eating
- 2 Servings of Veggies Add Years to Your Life
- Easy Vegetable Cooking Tips
- Salmon - The Perfect Food?
- Don't Skip Breakfast
- Learn to Read Food Labels
- Healthy Grocery Shopping
Stress and Mental HealthChoose from one of the articles below to focus on relaxation and de-stressing to improve how you feel.
- Think Positive, Live Longer
- Health Reasons to Smile
- Health Benefits of Optimism
- Stress-Free Mornings
Kicking a Bad HabitSome bad habits are really bad for your health. Smoking and drinking too much alcohol top the list. Use the resources below to find help to quit smoking and drinking too much.
Healthy Monday is a project of Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Learn more about Meatless Monday, a related public health campaign aimed at helping Americans prevent heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer.