This link from the CDC website provides information and evidence-based programs available for those suffering from arthritis. It includes links and references for these programs.
Do's and don'ts for staying ahead of your pain in your everyday routine.
This is a link to a document with more information about coping with pain, including healthy habits and what to avoid.
This pdf has information about depression, including symptoms, treatment, and more.
If you suspect that someone you know is clinically depressed, this pdf has information about how you can help.
Your diet can play a huge role in your depression. This pdf has information and guidelines to follow.
You can use this blood sugar log to keep track of your blood sugar levels throughout the week.
This word document contains questions that your doctor may ask in regards to your diabetes and the foods and drinks you consume on a regular basis.
This pdf has information about Type 2 Diabetes, including prevalance, treatment, research, and more.
This pdf is a suggested eating plan for patients with Type 2 Diabetes.
This pdf has information about high blood pressure, including normal levels, steps for prevention, and more.
This plan has meal options for each day of the week, as well as suggested calorie limits and acceptable protein/carbohydrate/fat ratio.
This Word document explains the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) program.
This pdf comes from the CDC and has information about high cholesterol.
This pdf has additional information about hyperlipidemia, as well as a list of foods that can help lower cholesterol.
This pdf has information about stress, how it affects your body, and how you can better manage it.
This pdf has information about daily sugar intake and how many grams of sugar are in common drinks.
Use this Word document to keep track of the medications you're taking, when you take them, what they're used for, etc.