Seasonal On Hold Script Samples

Halloween Safety Sample #1

Halloween is a fun time for children of all ages, but it’s also a time for safety.  The National Safety Council offers these tips for a safe Halloween: Trick or treat only in your own neighborhood on well-lighted streets; No matter what your costume, make sure it fits and that you can see well; Make sure young children are accompanied by an older brother or sister, or an adult; And most importantly, parents should be sure to check their children’s treats.  Caution them not to eat any treats before they get home.

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Disease Prevention & Awareness On Hold Script Samples

Smoking Cessation Sample #1

There are many reasons to stop smoking, and those reasons extend to the people around you.  Nonsmokers who breathe in secondhand smoke take in nicotine and other toxic chemicals just as smokers do.  Heart disease, lung cancer, breathing problems, and complications for people with asthma are often attributed to secondhand smoke.  Your physician can provide tools to help with smoking cessation.  Quit for your own health and for the health of those around you.

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Diabetic Retinopathy Sample #1

Diabetic retinopathy is a leading cause of visual impairment and blindness.  Annual eye exams by a qualified ophthalmologist or optometrist are recommended for diabetics.  Early detection may save your vision, so please discuss this important screening with your primary care provider and your eye doctor.  You may reduce your risk for complications of diabetes by working with your healthcare provider to keep your blood sugar, blood pressure, and blood cholesterol under control.

Hand Washing Sample #2

Did you know that singing “Happy Birthday” can be healthy for you? The next time you sing “Happy Birthday,” do it while you’re washing your hands.  The Center for Disease Control recommends washing your hands long enough to sing “Happy Birthday” twice to help decrease the risk of contracting colds.  Wash with warm water and soap, on both sides of your hands, and especially in your nail beds and cuticles where bacteria hide.

Family History Sample #3

A Family Tree can be more than an elementary school class project.  In fact, it could even save your life.  Consider making a Family Health Tree.  This can help your doctor better determine your health risks. For each relative, record key information such as cause of death, any illnesses, and other medical problems they may have suffered throughout their lifetime.  To get the best use out of this project, try to research back at least two generations, or further if possible.

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