Children's Health Exercise Health ConditionsManaging Your Medications
Addiction and Recovery Asthma Breast CancerLGBTQIA+ Health
What is Breast Cancer? Detecting Breast CancerTreating Breast Cancer Preventing Breast Cancer Coping with CancerDiabetes
Symptoms of Diabetes Types of Diabetes Tips for Managing Diabetes Know Your Diabetes ABCs Diabetes Control Checklist More Diabetes Resources Diabetes Prevention ProgramHeart Disease & Stroke HIV / AIDS
Take Your Medications as Prescribed Tips for Taking Medications as Prescribed Questions to Ask About Your MedicationsMental Health
Get Mental Health Care Depression Maternal Mental Health Stress Management Positive Thinking Coping with COVID-19 Alternative CareNutrition Older Adult Health Pain Management
Types of Physical Pain Problems That Pain Can Cause Make a Pain Management Plan Non-Opioid Pain ManagementPeople with Disabilities Pregnancy
HPSM's Baby + Me ProgramBreastfeeding Nutrition & Exercise Maternal Mental Health Pregnancy & COVID-19 Free Pregnancy ResourcesPreventative Care Be Healthy – Get the Flu Shot!
Get the Flu Vaccine More Ways to Avoid Getting the Flu What to Do If You Have the Flu Who is at High Risk? Differences Between the Flu and COVID-19 Helpful Flu ResourcesQuit Smoking
The Dangers of Smoking The Dangers of Vaping The Benefits of Quitting What to Expect When Quitting Smoking Resources to Help You Quit SmokingSelf-Management Tools Sexual Health Teen Health Weight Management
Do you have a particular health condition?
If you do, you are not alone. Many people share common health conditions, or are concerned and want to help you. At HPSM we provide a variety of brochures, classes, and other resources to help our members live life to the fullest.
Using the Health Education Guide
Pick a topic that interests you from the lists below and to the right. In each you’ll find a wide variety of information, tips and resources for your health.
If your particular medical condition changes, talk to your doctor for options. Please note: What follows is not medical advice. It is general health information on the topics listed. Remember, only your doctor, nurse, or trained medical professional can help you decide what is best for you.