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Alcohol and Your Body

Everyone knows that alcohol impairs your thinking and ability to drive, but have you ever wondered how alcohol affects your body? Discover the harmful effects of alcohol on the body's organs.

Cigarette Burndown

Sometimes it's good to be a quitter! The Cigarette Burndown interactive tool wants to encourage smokers to give up cigarettes. This informational tool explains the ingredients found in a cigarette, illustrates the harmful effects, and shares the benefits for quitters.

Healthy Hands = Germ Prevention

How many seconds does it take to properly wash your hands? One...Two...Three? Try the Germ Prevention Calculator and see! Also gives you helpful tips on how to wash your hands and missed areas.

Heart Alert

According to the CDC, an American will have a coronary event about every 26 seconds, and about one person will die from a coronary event every minute. The Heart Alert is a health tool to help everyone understand the risk factors that contribute to heart disease, the signs and symptoms of a heart attack and what to do if they're having a heart attack.

Meditation Room

Many people use meditation to help reduce stress and tension, but studies suggest meditation may help ease symptoms of physical and mental conditions. Even just a few minutes a day can help. Got a moment to recharge in the Meditation Room?

Mental Health Awareness

Learn more about the thoughts associated with six common mental health disorders with the Mental Health Awareness Tool.

Through These Eyes

Did you know that more than 20 million Americans older than 40 have cataracts? And nearly 3 million people a year have cataract surgery in the U.S.? A new tool helps you understand many different conditions and diseases of the eye. You get to see first-hand what it would be like to see through the eyes of someone with conditions such as cataracts, colorblindness and more!

Understanding Muscular Dystrophy

According to the MDA, there is no single disease called muscular dystrophy. The term designates a group of hereditary muscle-destroying disorders, which vary in inheritance pattern, age of onset, initial muscles attacked and rate of progression.