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NIDDK

Helping Your Child Adapt to Life with Chronic Kidney Disease

school  friends  patients  physical activity  Kidney Disease  chronic disease  Urinary Incontinence  dialysis  chronic kidney disease  kidney failure  Sports  kidney transplant  job  CKD  career  Self-esteem  growth failure  treatment regimen  adherence 

Overview of ways in which parents and other adults can help children with kidney disease overcome the daily challenges of living with a chronic illness.

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NIDDK

Understanding Adult Overweight & Obesity

cancer  asthma  treatment  diabetes  patients  obesity  medicines  culture  sleep  overweight  physical activity  genes  heart disease  high blood pressure  weight loss  Risk Factors  Infertility  healthy eating  BMI  obese 

Learn more about overweight and obesity among adults, including causes, related health risks, and treatments.

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NIDDK

Take Charge of Your Health: A Guide for Teenagers

vegetables  sodium  patients  nutrition  obesity  teen  sleep  fruit  overweight  physical activity  weight loss  Protein  healthy eating  BMI  Adolescent  saturated fat  Healthy Weight  Diet Nutrition  Added Sugars  Fiber 

Provides small, achievable steps to help teenagers make healthier food choices, be more active, and get enough sleep.

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NIDDK

Staying Active at Any Size

exercise  patients  obesity  overweight  physical activity  fitness  Weight Management  Overweight Obesity  staying active  being active  getting fit  staying fit 

Physical activity may seem hard if you are overweight or have obesity. The good news is that you can be active at any sizeā€”and have fun and feel good at the same time.

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NIDDK

Helping Your Child Who Is Overweight

media  child  patients  obesity  teen  sleep  overweight  physical activity  genes  healthy eating  BMI  family history  caregiver  parent  body mass index  Adolescent  television  screen time  Healthy Weight  calories 

You can help your child reach and maintain a healthy weight by adopting healthy lifestyle habits. In some cases, medicines and surgery may also be options.

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NIDDK

Your Game Plan to Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

diabetes  patients  physical activity  type 2 diabetes  weight loss  general public  healthy eating plan  preventing type 2 diabetes 

Learn what steps you can take to help prevent type 2 diabetes. Find tips and tools to lose weight, follow a healthy eating plan, move more, and get support.

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NCI

Physical Activity and Cancer

cancer  exercise  activity  weight  diet  physical activity  movement  physical  energy  4.24  balance 

A fact sheet that summarizes evidence linking exercise and other physical activity, including work and household chores, to reduced cancer risks.

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CDC

Leap Into Fall! | CDC Features

health  features  play  CDC  fall  obesity  leap  into  physical activity  chronic disease  CDC Features  healthy living  active living  outdoors 

Autumn is a great time to engage in physical activities outdoors.

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CDC

Back to School | CDC Features

health  features  school  kids  CDC  physical activity  CDC Features  healthy living 

As autumn approaches, many children are heading back to school. Because children spend much of their time in classrooms, schools are an ideal setting to teach and model healthy behaviors. As children across the country get ready to return to school, parents and staff can gear up to improve the health of students and help them achieve academic success.

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CDC

Preventing Chronic Disease | Area-Level Socioeconomic Status, Adiposity, Physical Activity, and Inflammation in Young Adults, 2013 - CDC

disease  chronic  adults  CDC  activity  young adults  status  arealevel  socioeconomic  adiposity  inflammation  physical activity  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD  socioeconomic status  C-Reactive Protein 

We assessed the independent effects of socioeconomic status, sex, adiposity, and physical activity on C-reactive protein in young adults.

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