There are a number of important health observances happening this month. We have compiled a variety of resources so that you have quick, easy access to tips and information to help you get healthier. For some observances, we’re also including helpful information for organizations who want to promote them to their employees!
April Health Observances
Stress Awareness Month
- From the American Psychological Association, five tips to help manage stress and coping with stress at work
- From the Health Advocate blog, a plethora of stress management articles
- From Federal Occupation Health, information to help take time to unwind including a toolkit with campaign materials
Alcohol Awareness Month
- From the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, learn facts about alcohol, why alcohol and energy drinks should be avoided, and discover the truths and myths about wine for health
- From the Health Advocate blog, read “Alcohol addiction: How to take back control”
- From Federal Occupation Health, information to help avoid risky drinking including a toolkit with campaign materials
Autism Awareness Month
- From Autism Society, learn about living with autism
- From the Health Advocate blog, get tips for parents of children with autism
More from the Health Advocate blog
- April 6 is Walk to Work Day. Check out these tips for effective fitness walking.
- April 11 is Pet Day. Learn about how pets can improve your health.
- April 20 is Teach Your Children to Save Day. Learn about modeling financial fitness for kids.
- April 22 is Earth Day. Here are some ideas to help you improve the planet’s health on Earth Day and every day!
- April 25 is Golf Day. Check out the health benefits of golf.