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CDC Jun 22
Class of 2019! If you’re heading off to college, don’t let your health take a back seat. Use these tips to stay healthy on your new adventure! Find more resources here: .
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CDC Jun 15
Did you just graduate? Graduation is a time for celebration and change. Whether you are heading to college, to the workforce, or a new living situation, it's important to stay healthy & ensure you stay in care. Here’s how: .
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CDC Jun 19
Heading off to college and living with a chronic condition such as sickle cell disease or a congenital heart defect? Know your condition and what to do in an emergency. Find more tips like this: .
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CDC Jun 14
Students, don’t wait until you get sick. Find the campus healthcare center, and learn how to make an appt for any mental health services or reasonable accommodations you may need to help you thrive. Check out more tips here: .
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NHDPH Jul 3
For graduates with a condition, a congenital heart defect, or ADHD, times of transition require additional planning. Here are some health tips from to make this transition smoother
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CDC Jun 13
Healthcare providers, if you have patients who are graduating, talk w/ them & their parents about their changing healthcare needs--like a transition plan to an adult provider. Empower your patients to stay in care with these resources: .
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CDC Jun 20
Parents, help your grad stay healthy no matter where life takes them. Whether it’s finding a doc, scheduling checkups, filling prescriptions, or handling emergencies, use these tips to help them make their health a priority.
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Fiona Weir 8 Aug 17
Replying to @hcldr
T3. Be asset-based: focus on what's strong not what's wrong. Esp important for docs helping patients w LTCs.
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Dasha Afanaseva Jun 19
Ahhh, I remember getting ready for college...seems like forever ago now! These are excellent tips from on how to empower yourself when getting ready for this exciting new chapter.
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WV DHHR Jul 3
If your child graduated this spring and is moving away for college or a job, make time to talk about their changing healthcare needs. Understanding healthcare systems and access empowers your child to make healthy choices. .
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