Eat a balanced diet that is low in fat and high in fiber; eat plenty of fruits and vegetables.
Maintain a healthy weight.
Get adequate sleep.
Keep stress to a minimum.
Limit the amount of alcohol you drink.
Practice good dental hygiene.
Wear a sunscreen.
Always wear a seat belt, and use protective gear, such as a helmet, when riding a bike or rollerblading.
If you smoke, quit. You’ll reduce the risk of many health problems for yourself and those you live with. Exposure to cigarette smoke at home increases your child’s likelihood of developing asthma, pneumonia, ear infections, sudden death syndrome, meningitis and learning problems.