All of the above are correct! Eating a healthy diet can prevent disease and is important for getting the right energy into your body.
WHO is uniting across borders to speed up the development of tests, treatments and a vaccine for COVID-19, while continuing our work to promote health and serve the vulnerable.
E-cigarettes can have long-lasting, damaging effects on the brain development of young people under 25.
Today is #WorldBicycleDay - cycling is not only healthy, it’s also good for the environment! Cycling helps you to maintain a balanced weight and prevents disease as well as improves mental health & well-being.
Every day, even during a pandemic like COVID-19, regular blood donations are needed all over the world to ensure individuals & communities have access to safe & quality-assured blood & blood products. Safe blood saves lives:
World Blood Donor Day 2020
Happy #PublicServiceDay! Today, we thank all the people in public services who work in healthcare, social welfare, education, postal delivery, transport, law enforcement, sanitation & more. They risk their lives for us during #COVID19.
Join us on 7 July (1-2:30 PM CEST) for the Reboot Youth Health & Wellbeing Digital Awards, aimed at developing solutions to keep young people safe & healthy. It's time to #RebootYouthHealth! Register:
Reboot Youth Health and Wellbeing Digital Awards
During wide-spread COVID-19 transmission WHO advises postponing non-essential oral health care – oral health check-ups, dental cleanings and preventive care – and only seeking emergency oral health care. bit.ly/3fN4SmX
WHO encourages everyone to brush their teeth twice daily with a toothpaste that has fluoride, drink water as your main drink, have a diet low in free sugars, and stop all forms of tobacco and reduce alcohol intake.
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