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External linkpdf file Cervical Cancer: What Vietnamese Women Should Know [PDF, 2.48MB]
Each year over 10,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer. Vietnamese-American women get cervical cancer more often than most other women. There is something you can do to prevent cervical cancer. This brochure has information about cervical cancer that EVERY Vietnamese woman should know to protect her health.
External linkpdf file NAAPIMHA Schizophrenia Fact Sheet Exit Disclaimer
National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association (NAAPIMHA) fact sheet on schizophrenia disorder in Vietnamese.
External linkpdf file NAAPIMHA Bi-Polar Disorder Fact Sheet Exit Disclaimer
National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association (NAAPIMHA) fact sheet on bi-polar disorder in Vietnamese.
External linkpdf file NAAPIMHA Depression Fact Sheet Exit Disclaimer
National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association (NAAPIMHA) fact sheet on depression in Vietnamese
External linkpdf file Hand Hygiene in Emergency Situations
After an emergency, it can be difficult to find running water. However, it is still important to wash your hands to avoid illness. This fact sheet provides tips on washing your hands with soap and water and alcohol based products.
External linkpdf file Carbon Monoxide Hazard "Say No to CO!"
Proper use of pressure washers and generators.
External linkpdf file Key Facts about the Flu Vaccine
This fact sheet provides an overview of the flu vaccine including who should get vaccinated and the best time to obtain a flu shot.
External linkpdf file Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and Diabetes
This fact sheet provides the latest facts about diabetes and includes new information about the link between diabetes and heart disease and the good news about preventing type 2 diabetes.
External linkpdf file Take Care of Your Heart. Manage Your Diabetes: Blood Glucose, Blood Pressure, and Cholesterol
Learn more about the link between diabetes and heart disease and the importance of managing your blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels. Use the record form to keep track of your numbers and to work with your health care provider to reach your target goals.
External link Cervical Cancer Screening Exit Disclaimer
This booklet can help you learn more about getting the best possible mammogram. Being informed will help you work with members of your healthcare team before, during and after your mammogram to get quality reliable results.



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