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COVID-19: Resources & Updates

Healthier Generation provides free, evidence-based resources to support the physical, social, and emotional health of children and their caregivers. Here you will find a selection of these resources designed to support you in reducing stress, eating healthy, moving regularly, getting quality sleep, and more.

 

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Preparing for the Impacts of the Coronavirus on Health, Well-Being, and Food Security

Stay informed from the Food Research & Action Center on the latest efforts to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 on communities in need.

Staying Digitally Connected During COVID-19

Explore options for free, reduced-rate, or expanded access to tech tools and services.

4 Tips for Staying Productive & Healthy While Working Remotely

Healthier Generation CEO Kathy Higgins shares her top tips for prioritizing communication, connection & well-being in a virtual setting.

 

For Parents & Caregivers


Quick, Healthy Lunches

Try these quick and healthy lunch ideas that you and your family can enjoy at home or on the go. También disponible en español!

 

For Educators & Out-of-School Time Staff


Fitness Break Cards

Use these simple, 5-minute physical activity ideas to keep moving and relieve stress.

 

For Employers & Employees


Making Self-Care a Priority at Work

Any company can benefit from making self-care a priority, especially now. Learn how in this article from Thrive Global featuring Healthier Generation CEO Kathy Higgins.

8 Tips to Stay Hydrated

Drinking enough water can be easier said than done. Here are some simple steps to make it fun & easy! También disponible en español!

Fitness Break Cards

Use these simple, 5-minute physical activity ideas to keep moving and relieve stress.

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Please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s website at cdc.gov for the latest information on COVID-19.