Rising rates of obesity, poor diets and lack of physical activity, among other factors, have contributed to the number of adults living with diabetes in the Americas region tripling in the past 30 years, according to a new report of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).
Good mental health means you can deal with daily stress and meet your personal goals.1 Many factors, such as trauma, stress, and sleep problems, can affect your mental health. You may not be able to prevent a mental health condition, but you can take steps to protect and maintain your mental health throughout life.
Physical activity is important to all women throughout life. Read on to find ways you can change your physical activity routine to suit your needs based on your age, stage of life, or physical abilities.
The state of emergency declared nation-wide due to COVID-19 led to the creation of public health policies that aimed to protect citizens from the health contingency. The laws included continuous Medicaid coverage under which beneficiaries were guaranteed uninterrupted coverage, with no need for an annual redetermination on the basis of changes in their household or their income.