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Please review our mission statement for information on our goals, aims and objectives on our journey towards better health. We are in the process of developing guidelines for the prevention of disease across Canada and the US. For more information on preventive healthcare, please browse through the links below for current prevention guidelines, reports and databases.
  Exercise & Preventing Disease
It wasn't too long ago that people with conditions such as high blood pressure, high blood sugar, arthritis, asthma and heart disease, were told by Physicians to "take it easy","stay in bed" or ingest several medications in order to stabilize these conditions. Today, there is little doubt how the impact of lifestyle changes, including exercise, can dramatically prevent, treat and even cure many of these ailments.
 
The Prevention Guidelines Database contains up-to-date and archived guidelines and recommendations approved by the CDC for the prevention and control of disease, injuries, and disabilities. It is a repository of the full text, tables, and graphics.
 
The National Prevention Information Network (NPIN) is the U.S. national reference, referral and distribution service for information on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases (STD's), and tuberculosis (TB). All of NPIN's services are designed to facilitate the sharing of information about education, prevention, published materials, and research.
 
The prevention report previously offered by the National Health Informaton Center is now offered by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP), and offers their latest publication on prevention.
 
A program to increase the appropriate use of clinical preventive services, such as screening tests and counseling for health behavior change based on USPSTF recommendations.
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