Health care is something we need to take care of every day of the year and not just when you have an illness.
One of the purposes of Myhealthfair.com is to serve as a means to disseminate useful information and resources to bridge the health care gap.
We want to educate communities through the resources available from the organizations and medical professionals that are part of our online platform.
The downloadable online International Health Days calendar is an opportunity to bring the importance of health care to the attention of patients and organizations alike.
The organizations that make up our virtual fair are:
- All of Us Research Program
- Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
- Multicultural Alzheimer`s Prevention Program
- Project Bread
- The Dimock Center
- TUFTS Health Plan
- Whittier Street Health Center
They conduct campaigns in accordance with their mission, to raise awareness of health issues, as well as to encourage groups or individuals to seek information and services.
We believe that it is through access to resources that people can change their attitudes towards health care.
In this way, individuals and communities are empowered to choose healthy behaviors and make changes that reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases.
Download your calendar here
With this resource we want to raise awareness, mobilize local knowledge and resources, support our participants in spreading the word about these important dates, encourage people to choose healthier lifestyles and prevent disease.
A calendar for health care
We seek to raise awareness, inform, educate and encourage the entire community, organizations, medical professionals and patients to make informed and high quality decisions about prevention, diagnosis, treatment, care and support.
Every day is a reason for health care:
Cervical cancer month: today, screening and prevention have greatly reduced the impact of this form of cancer.
The time of year when organizations such as the American Heart Association (AHA) highlight heart disease.
It is celebrated in February because it was when former President Lyndon B. Johnson established it in 1964.
Each year, associations conduct campaigns to raise awareness about the prevalence of brain injury.
In addition to spreading the word about the obstacles that exist for people with brain injury and the need for more services and support at all stages of recovery.
Promote autism awareness, inclusion and ensure that every person with ASD has the opportunity to achieve the best possible quality of life.
Raise awareness about arthritis, causes and effects and how organizations are leading efforts to leverage resources for scientific research and provide tools for patients.
Men’s Health Month, the goal is to encourage men to take steps to improve their health and wellness through proper screening and care.
UV Safety Awareness Month and the skin and eye damage caused by excessive exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays.
Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month is a national health celebration that highlights the importance of protecting children’s vision and eye health.
Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month, learn how you can get involved and spread the word in your community.
Annual campaign to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer and ensure that all women have access to screening.
Each year, the community comes together to raise awareness about the diabetes epidemic and the risk of contracting it, it’s a time to educate, find resources for both those who have it and those who don’t.
An awareness month to recognize progress in HIV prevention and care.
Information on the My Health Fair website should not be construed as professional advice or medical recommendations.
Readers should direct any questions regarding personal health care to licensed physicians or other appropriate health care professionals.