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Health Poll

Which of the following behaviors can help to increase your HDL?

F) All of the above. --> Your lifestyle has the single greatest impact on your HDL cholesterol. Even small changes to your daily habits can help you reach the recommended level (men at least 40 mg/dL; women at least 50 mg/dL). Why is this so important? Because HDLs act as cholesterol scavengers, picking up excess cholesterol in your blood and taking it back to your liver where it’s broken down. The higher your HDL level, the less “bad” cholesterol you’ll have in your blood.

A Rainbow of Health

What the different colors of fruits and veggies mean to you.

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  • March Madness Challenge - Coming March 1

    In the spirit of competition we challenge you to full-court press your goals this March. We will have a perfect trifecta of challenges awaiting you in the YP4H portal.

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  • Contact a Health Coach

    If your New Year's resolution includes losing weight, starting an exercise routine, or quitting smoking, and you aren't sure where to turn for help, your personal health coach is just a phone call away. Health Coaches are happy to help you set realistic goals and provide you with support and resources that can help you along the way. All you have to do is ask. Click Read More to contact a coach.

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    Facilities Operations and Development

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    Research Assistant


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  • Queenie Chow

    Digital Union Manager

    Office of Distance Education & eLearning

We’re turning the spotlight on Ohio State faculty and staff who have found interesting ways to stay healthy and achieve their personal goals. Read about what works for them, and you may find a new way to focus on your health and wellness.

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