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A New Year can be a new start. Set new goals and make a plan for 2017. #time4me #Health4theHolidays

Was there something you wanted to accomplish in 2016 but didn’t?

If your child is having symptoms like joint swelling, pain, and stiffness, talk to her doctor about juvenile arthritis.

If your child is having symptoms like joint swelling, pain, and stiffness, talk to her doctor about juvenile arthritis.

#Livetotell all the good stories from #NewYears! Before you go out, make a plan for getting home safely. #Health4theHolidays

all the good stories from Before you go out, make a plan for getting home safely.

If you aren’t feeling it this year, that’s ok. If it’s more than that, there’s help. #Health4theHolidays #lovingme

When you start trusting your senses, will allow you to know when something is not right and how you can start fixing it.

If you see someone at risk for sexual assault, do something about it.

View Stock Photo of Two Young Multiracial Couples Hanging Out Together.

Don’t let one night of fun wreck your new year. Practice #safesex, every time. #Health4theHolidays

Don’t let one night of fun wreck your new year.

Save this! Bullying anyone is never the right thing to do. Stand up if you see someone being bullied.

Stand up against bullying when you see it. We have tips on how to stand up to a bully and help someone who is bullied.

Walking to school can be a great way to be more active. Grab some friends and walk together!

Walking to school can be a great way to be more active. Grab some friends and walk together!

There’s more to lose than the game. Use protective eyewear… and save this pin.

This eye safety calendar has great sports safety tips for kids. This would be great for a coach or at home!

If you’re living with sickle cell disease and heading to college soon, keep these tips in mind to help make life a little easier.

You know you need to consider the costs when choosing a college, but what about them should you consider? Here are a few tips to help you evaluate your top choices.

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