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Drive Your Health in 2015

Staff Writer

Last updated: November 9, 2016 7:23 pm

At The Recall Center, we are always striving to provide you with the most reliable tools and resources to keep you and your family safe and healthy. As we look forward to 2015, we want to help you take better, more informed care of your health. To kick off the new year right, we’ve surveyed trusted physicians and readers about their personal health goals for 2015.

Based on this survey, we’ve created the infographic below, “Drive Your Health in 2015,” which maps out our favorite ideas for health-related New Year’s resolutions. In the end, we noticed a common, powerful theme: be proactive and take control. How can you do this? The best advice appears to be timeless. Be an advocate for yourself by scheduling regular checkups and screenings, eating well and moving more, and making the effort to de-stress in a way that supports your health goals. Technological advancements such as popular activity trackers, health record-keeping apps, and easier online access to physicians and educational resources make these goals more attainable than ever.

It’s critical to take the driver’s seat, if you will, when it comes to your personal well-being, which includes staying educated on the latest device and drug safety information. For example, 2014 taught us that being a proactive patient is more important than ever, as some of the most common drugs available, like Xarelto, can have serious negative side effects. Beyond that, there are a multitude of ways you can play an active role in your health — not just with an easily-forgotten resolution for 2015, but with balanced steps toward a healthy, sustainable way of life.

Now it’s your turn. Get inspired and motivate others by sharing the graphic below along with what you plan to do to drive your health in 2015. We’d love to know!