Welcome to Healthy Delaware
Live a healthier life with our help.
To stay well, you need to be well informed. Healthy Delaware — Delaware Cancer Consortium — is a resource you can trust. Here, you will learn how to live better and how you can prevent, get tested for, and get treated for chronic diseases. Whether you have insurance or not, you may be eligible for programs and services.
Make choices to improve your everyday health.
Learn about the everyday things that can make a lifelong difference in your health — from nutrition to activity to stress-reduction tips.
Cancer prevention, screening, treatment, and survivorship details.
A healthy lifestyle can lead to a lower cancer risk. Our advice can help you learn what you can do. And if you are diagnosed with cancer, our programs and services can help you not just survive, but thrive.
Stay heart-healthy with our help.
Learn what you can do to prevent heart disease. You’ll also find details on the types of heart disease and how to lower your blood pressure and cholesterol.
Make the right decisions to live better with diabetes.
Get guidance on the importance of monitoring your diabetes and more. Learn about programs that can help you live with diabetes and manage it successfully.
Put tobacco out of your life for good.
Phone and in-person Quitline and online QuitNet information is here, along with valuable facts about secondhand smoke and the dangers of vaping.
Find programs and services to help you face other health challenges in your life.
The state of Delaware offers ways to help you with other health-related needs. Visit these websites to learn about them:
Addiction and Behavioral Health
Mental health and addiction can affect anyone. No one has to struggle alone. Get help now.Visit HelpIsHereDE.com
Maternal and Child Health
Get connected to resources, programs, and social networks for reproductive life planning, healthy pregnancy, raising babies, and more.Visit DEThrives.com
Women, Infant, and Children (WIC) Health
WIC, is a federal nutrition program that helps pregnant women, new mothers, and young children eat well, learn about nutrition, and stay healthy.Visit DHSS.Delaware.gov
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Farm Fresh Healthy Summer Recipes
Take advantage of the fresh fruits and vegetables that are now in season!