August 1 is National Girlfriends Day. Girlfriends can be our sisters or mothers, cousins, neighbors, colleagues, or other important ladies in our lives.  They are the ones  who are there us 24/7 and have our backs.  They listen to our secrets, share in our joy and sadness, and add richness to our lives.    Friends can offer support, work out with you, and call your attention to matters you may be ignoring – including those relating to our health.

Learn some great information to help you and your girlfriends stay safe and healthy.    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has some great health information on a variety of health topics we all need to hear.  It’s more fun to be healthy when someone else is doing it WITH us, so be a friend and encourage good health with your best gal-pals.

Some of the most beneficial things we can do for our health and encourage our friends to do are:

  • Be active and eat healthy
  • Get preventive screenings and care
  • Check your sexual health
  • Prevent skin cancer
  • Quit alcohol and tobacco
  • Protect healthy relationships and prevent violence

Want to learn more about these important areas of health as well as resources for each? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has got you covered!  Check out all of the great information they have on each of these topics and talk to your friend about your health goals and encourage her to share hers.

Source:  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  https://www.cdc.gov/features/girlfriendshealth/index.html.   Accessed 7/28/2017.
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New Focus Daily (Formerly NOU Magazine) is a women’s lifestyle magazine, which provides go-to guide for strategies about health and wellness, cancer survivorship, money, career, relationships, inspiration and more.

New Focus Daily is published in partnership with New Focus Network and serves as a Ribbon of Support of the Women Survivors Alliance.

NOU magazine was created in 2012 and officially launched at 2013 SURVIVORville. It began under the name “The Plum” with six published articles each month. In January 2015, the magazine officially changed its name to NOU and substantial growth began.

In January 2016, NOU Magazine was redesigned and Cindy Chafin became Editor-In-Chief. By November, the magazine officially hit the one million mark in readership over the past four years.

In July 2017, a partnership was announced with the media group, New Focus Network (NFN). NFN became the underwriter of the online magazine, and the name was changed to New Focus Daily to allow shared content between the two entities to support womens’ empowerment.

New Focus Daily now delivers updated articles to a base of 15,000 readers 3-4 times weekly. Newsletters are delivered to 14,000 weekly and delivers 1.4M impressions per year. In partnership with New Focus Daily Downloads, NFD also delivers to over 28K viewers per week via social media. In July 2017, New Focus Daily Magazine published its first hard copy edition.

In partnership with New Focus Network, the content of New Focus Daily can expand into the television viewing market for health, wellness and lifestyle.

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New Focus Daily (Formerly NOU Magazine) is a women’s lifestyle magazine, which provides go-to guide for strategies about health and wellness, cancer survivorship, money, career, relationships, inspiration and more. New Focus Daily is published in partnership with New Focus Network and serves as a Ribbon of Support of the Women Survivors Alliance. NOU magazine was created in 2012 and officially launched at 2013 SURVIVORville. It began under the name “The Plum” with six published articles each month. In January 2015, the magazine officially changed its name to NOU and substantial growth began. In January 2016, NOU Magazine was redesigned and Cindy Chafin became Editor-In-Chief. By November, the magazine officially hit the one million mark in readership over the past four years. In July 2017, a partnership was announced with the media group, New Focus Network (NFN). NFN became the underwriter of the online magazine, and the name was changed to New Focus Daily to allow shared content between the two entities to support womens’ empowerment. New Focus Daily now delivers updated articles to a base of 15,000 readers 3-4 times weekly. Newsletters are delivered to 14,000 weekly and delivers 1.4M impressions per year. In partnership with New Focus Daily Downloads, NFD also delivers to over 28K viewers per week via social media. In July 2017, New Focus Daily Magazine published its first hard copy edition. In partnership with New Focus Network, the content of New Focus Daily can expand into the television viewing market for health, wellness and lifestyle.

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