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    Amy Segura


    BS Early Childhood Education - Purdue Lafayette
    BSN Nursing - Indiana University Northwest
    Certified CPR Instructor - ProTraining Solutions

     

    October

    Don’t let your health get tricked this Halloween! Here are a few ways to stay safe and healthy: (courtesy of www.cdc.gov)

     Get Moving Carve out time to be active this Halloween - between get-togethers and trick-or-treating in the neighborhood. Take a walk to help you feel good!

     Eat Well Don’t spend this Halloween filling up on junk food and sweets. Give yourself and your guests healthier choices and nutritious treats.

     Keep Your and Your Family's Bite Healthy Keep Halloween candy at bay. Care for teeth the right way - brush with a fluoride toothpaste each and every day.

     Play it Safe Take precautions to stay safe while trick-or-treating on Halloween night. Watch out for cars, use reflective gear, walk with a group, and carry a flash light.

     Scare Away the Flu and Colds Don't get spooked by the flu, wash your hands frequently and get a flu vaccine, too!

     Don't Be a Zombie Sleep is important - even on Halloween! Get 7-9 hours each night. It’s best for staying healthy and helping the disease fight!