Health literacy paves way to taking charge of your well-being

Jennifer E. Engen

Mark A. Mahoney

The importance of health literacy has become even more relevant as the COVID-19 health crisis continues to affect our country (as well as the entire world).

Understanding the importance of being health literate will allow us to better evaluate the issues related to our health. We will be equipped to access sources which provide more valid, science-based evidence.

Health:Look to science-based evidence for better health in 2022 | Mahoney

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Testing:Looking for a COVID-19 test in Leon County? Here is a list of all local testing locations

In my prior columns I have endeavored to focus on science-based resource information and provide sources to access for a more detailed understanding of a myriad of topics relevant to health promotion and disease prevention. So, let’s start with defining what health literacy entails.

https://www.tallahassee.com/story/life/wellness/2022/01/24/health-literacy-paves-way-taking-charge-your-well-being/6634035001/

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