• Quick Tips: Fitting Physical Activity Into Your Day Explains that many everyday activities can get your heart rate up and meet physical activity needs. Lists 11 things you can do at home, such as walking your dog and vacuuming. Also covers things you can do at work to include exercise.
  • Stool Tests for Colorectal Cancer Medical Test A stool test is one of many tests used to look for colorectal cancer. These tests may find cancer early, when treatment works better. Colorectal cancer affects the large intestine (colon) and the rectum.
  • Graded Exercise Progress Chart Graded exercise is exercise that starts out slowly and increases in very small steps. It means you have a plan for your exercise and you follow it closely, even when you're having a good day and feel like doing more. Print a copy of this...
  • Seizures Symptom Covers symptoms of seizures caused by epilepsy, other health problems, or medicine. Explains why seizures, or convulsions, occur. Covers home treatment. Includes interactive tool the help you decide when to see a doctor.
  • Epilepsy Covers different types of epilepsy and its causes. Addresses complications of seizures and lists risk factors. Guides through decision regarding when to call doctor. Covers exams/tests, treatments, medications, and surgeries. Provides home treatment tips.
  • Bob's Story: Biking for Health During his career, Bob couldn't find time for exercise. He worked hard and traveled a lot for his job. Fast-food meals were a way of life on the road, and he was overweight.
  • John's Story: Finding a Way to Exercise For inspiration to exercise, John hasn't had to look far. His father rides his bike daily to prevent another heart attack. John’s grandparents and others in his family also had heart disease.
  • Shellie's Story: Finding Time for Physical Activity "It wasn't that I was sick or anything. But I didn't have the energy I used to, and I was starting to worry about my future health."
  • Kris's Story: Getting Active With No Excuses When Kris retired several years ago, she decided that she was out of excuses. It was time to make time to get fit and stay fit.
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation Discusses cardiac rehabilitation (rehab), which helps you feel better and reduce risk of future heart problems with exercise and lifestyle changes. Looks at rehab for people who have had a heart attack, bypass surgery, or heart or blood vessel disease.
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