October 3, 2022
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Little changes add up for your health

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Emily Marrison

Ohio State offers health screenings several times throughout the year for employees. This is the day you are measured and weighed, blood pressure is checked and fingers are pricked to determine cholesterol and A1C levels.

Maybe your place of employment offers something similar or for you. This may be part of your annual well check-up with your primary care provider. For me, this just happened to be last week.

After all the numbers are tabulated, the health professionals share which values are in the “ideal” range. Do you have a number that you wish was different? I think one of the best ways to make a change that will stick is to be specific and keep it simple. Here are a few tips to consider. I encourage you to pick just one to commit to and strive to make a long-term change.



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