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Make aging your business by taking control of your health

Six steps to help you live Well Beyond 60

May 27, 2016
By Richard Hodges, Director
Ohio Department of Health

The Ohio Department of Health is partnering with the Ohio Department of Aging in challenging Ohioans to make aging everybody's business. Here at ODH, we say it is never too late for anyone to reinvent themselves and take control of their health. So, here are a few ways that you can take control of your health, no matter what your age.

  1. Start walking
  2. Stay up-to-date on immunizations and health screenings
  3. Take preventive measures when it comes to viruses and diseases
  4. Prevent falls
  5. Eat well
  6. Smile and take care of your teeth


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Aging. It's Everybody's Business.

The Ohio Department of Aging is celebrating Older Americans Month with the theme: "Aging. It's Everybody's Business." All month long, we are turning our blog over to our many and various partners, from our sister state agencies to organizations and individuals working every day in our communities to build a stronger Ohio for all generations.

This article is presented for informational purposes and its posting here does not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Aging of the author, his or her organization or the opinions expressed.


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