From the Food & Drug Administration
What every family needs to know about Food and Water During Hurricanes, Floods and Power Outages.
US Office of Personnel Management
OPM Health & Wellness provides information and education to Federal employees and retirees about healthy living, greater individual responsibility for personal health, and best-treatment strategies.
Be physically active every day. Many chronic diseases can be prevented with modest exercise. Learn how to make regular physical activity a routine part of your life.
Eat a nutritious diet. Healthy eating is not a fad - it's a lifestyle. Avoiding excessive portions, increasing fruit and vegetable consumption, and good overall nutrition lower the risk of getting heart disease, stroke, cancer, and osteoporosis.
Get preventive screenings. Screening can protect you and your family from illnesses you can prevent. A simple test like a cholesterol screen or a blood pressure check can reveal current health status and identify a need to adjust diet or behavior.
Avoid risky behaviors. Avoid tobacco and drugs as well as the abuse and underage use of alcohol and make smart and safe choices in your everyday life.
Other wellness sites:
- American Diabetes Association
- American Heart Association
- Army Move
- Eat Right
- My Health on AKO
- Mayo Clinic
- Professional Medicine
Corpus Christi Army Depot is committed to providing physical activity and wellness opportunities for our employees. We have been recognized as a 2011 Gold Level Recipient of the American Heart Association’s Start! Fit Friendly Companies Recognition program.