Health education tips for all ages, and for anyone interested in health and health care:1.
Start with a basic knowledge of your body and how to make healthy choices.
It’s simple, and it’s important.
Learn how to read your body, your muscles, your bones and your joints.
Learn about how to recognize your symptoms, symptoms and signs of chronic disease.2.
Learn more about the different types of illnesses and how you can help the people who need it most.3.
Learn a bit about how the medical system works and the people involved.4.
Find out how to get the best care at home.
Learn what to expect and what to do when it’s not right.5.
Talk with a doctor or nurse.
Make sure they know your medical history, ask about the symptoms and other signs of your illness, and ask them about the appropriate tests and treatments.6.
Ask a question and get answers from the person you’re talking to.7.
Talk to your doctor or a health professional.
Ask them to check with you about your health condition and what you need.8.
Talk about your options with your doctor.
You can talk about it at home or with a trusted friend.9.
Listen to the advice and concerns you have and make a decision about what’s best for you.10.
Learn from others who have experienced similar situations and what works for them.11.
Read articles like the American Medical Association’s “What Every Person Should Know About Health and Wellness.”12.
Learn some more information about the way the health system works.
This can help you make informed choices and understand how things work.13.
Find a qualified health care provider to discuss your health needs.