Saturday, November 10, 2012

Health in November 2012

Hello Ladies and Gentlemen and Everything In Between:

Check Alarm Batteries                
  • Install a carbon monoxide battery operated near your bedrooms.
  • Check or change the batteries in your carbon monoxide detectors at least twice a year.
  • Install smoke alarms on every floor of your home.
  • Test smoke alarms monthly to ensure they work properly. For smoke alarms that use regular alkaline batteries, replace the batteries at least once a year. For smoke alarms that use lithium (long-life) batteries, replace the entire alarm unit every 10 years or sooner if it chirps or stops working.
  • Make a disaster plan. Know where 2 meet other family members in case of an emergency.                         
Be Smoke Free

  • Refrigerate leftovers promptly. Illness-producing bacteria can grow quickly at room temperature, so refrigerate foods that tend to spoil faster (like fruits and vegetables, milk, eggs, and meats) within two hours. When in doubt, throw it out.
  • Wash hands, utensils, surfaces, and cutting boards after they have been in contact with raw meat or poultry and before they touch another food.
  • Wash produce before you eat it.
  • Take a few extra minutes to make sure meat, poultry, and eggs are cooked thoroughly.
  • Report suspected foodborne illnesses to your local health department.
  • Check CDC's food safety website and foodsafety.gov, your gateways to federal food safety information.                                     
                                  

Know Your Family History
                                                  
Keep Foods Safe                    Get an HIV Test
                           







DC Government 2013 Open Enrollment Benefit Health Fairs. 

November 14, 2012       


Metropolitan Police Department
300 Indiana Avenue, NW Room 3115
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Vendors Onsite

November 14, 2012


Online Benefits Enrollment Assistance
DCHR Answers Office
441 4TH St, NW South Lobby
2:00P to 7:00PM
Provided by DCHR Benefits Staff

Other Benefit Health Fair Locations: 

2013 Open Enrollment Benefit Health Fair

Contact: 
DCHR Benefits
Phone: 
(202) 442-7627





    

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When we fall in love, dopamine is released, making couples feel elated and energetic about each other.

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Foods that are good for you in specific ways:

Peppers: Boost your metabolism.

Whole Grains: Burn calories twice as fast.
Lean Meats: Calories are burned while your digesting.
Low Fat Dairy Products: Rich in calcium and vitamin D.
Green Tea: Helps you lose weight quickly.
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Adios Amigos, Until Next Time
Marshay
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