This calendar of June 2024 health observances includes content for Men’s Health Month, Headache and Migraine Month, Cancer Survivors Day, and these important monthly health observances…

Baldwin Publishing’s Celebrate Today National Awareness Days Calendar has every health observance in June 2024 that your hospital’s marketing team should be sharing on social media pages and blogs. With content to share almost every day of the month, health organizations can use this social media planning tool to drive more traffic to your website.

As a 30-year authority on creating health and wellness content for health organizations, Baldwin understands the importance of having timely and relevant content to consistently share with your community. We align our monthly health content with June 2024 health observances, as well as national awareness days throughout the year so there’s always a reason for you to reach out to your community about important health topics.

From health articles, to wellness videos and dietitian approved healthy recipes, Baldwin creates health content that will generate more engagement on your website, blog and social media pages. Plus, all of Baldwin’s articles are medically reviewed, making them perfect for hospitals to share with their communities.

Here is a sample of the national health observances we include in the Celebrate Today calendar of health observances in June 2024:

Men’s Health Month
June is Men’s Health Month, a time to raise awareness in your community about the importance of early detection of common health issues among men. This month Baldwin writers highlight four orthopedic injuries that men sustain more often than women and provides tips on how to avoid them.

Headache and Migraine Month
For many of us, a headache is something we just have to ride out with a mild painkiller. But sometimes a headache can be indicative of a much more serious condition. For Headache and Migraine Month, share Baldwin’s article highlighting the 9 signs your head pain merits immediate medical attention.

Great Outdoors Month
Adults and teens spend over 90 percent of their time indoors and more than seven hours a day looking at screens. For Great Outdoors Month, share Baldwin’s article that explains the mental health benefits of getting outside and spending quality time in nature.

PTSD Awareness Month
Many people believe that PTSD can only happen to soldiers or people living in war zones, but anyone can experience an event that can trigger this disorder. This month Baldwin writers explain the symptoms and risk factors of developing PTSD.

Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month
Exercise is good for every part of your body, even your brain. For Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, Baldwin writers explain how physical activity can help improve brain health, with 10 easy exercises to stretch those brain muscles.

Hernia Awareness Month
A hernia is a common yet often misunderstood condition that is only treatable with surgery. This month share Baldwin’s article highlighting five things you can do to help prevent a hernia.

June Health Awareness Days and Weeks

June 2: Cancer Survivors Day
Many survivors of cancer make a conscious choice to start living a healthier lifestyle once they are cancer free. For Cancer Survivors Day, Baldwin offers 6 tips that can help cancer survivors reclaim their lives and feel healthier, inside and out.

June 6: Gardening Exercise Day
Gardening isn’t just a hobby—it can also be a serious workout. For Gardening Exercise Day, Baldwin writers offer tips for turning a fun pastime into a fulfilling exercise regimen.

June 8: Family Health & Fitness Day
Many adults enjoy going to a gym as part of their weekly exercise routine, but should they bring their children along? For Family Health and Fitness Day, Baldwin writers discuss the pros and cons of bringing a child with you while you work out.

June 10—16: Men’s Health Week
Did you know that job stress may increase the risk of heart disease, especially for men? For Men’s Health Week, share Baldwin’s article explaining how your job may be affecting your heart and overall health.

June 13: Cupcake Lovers Day
Show your followers that dessert can be both delicious and healthy by sharing Baldwin’s recipe for gluten free chocolate cupcakes. This 5-ingredient treat from Baldwin’s Health eCooks® Test Kitchen is perfect for sharing on social media on Cupcake Lovers Day. Get more healthy recipes for the National Food Days in June here.

June 16: Father’s Day
Help the fathers in your community celebrate their big day with Baldwin’s heart healthy recipe for sweet and sour chicken kebabs. This easy recipe from Baldwin’s Health eCooks® Test Kitchen is only 239 calories for two kebabs.

June 19: Juneteenth
Acknowledge the importance of Juneteenth with your social media followers by posting Baldwin’s engaging graphic on social media. This customizable graphic can be posted to Facebook, Instagram, X and LinkedIn.

June 20: First Day of Summer
Celebrate the start of summer with your community by sharing Baldwin’s article highlighting 6 important tips for safe summer travel.

June 23: National Hydration Day
Staying hydrated is important during the hot summer months, but choosing the right drink can make all the difference for your health. For National Hydration Day, Baldwin writers explore why sugar-free drinks may not be as healthy as they seem.

Is your hospital’s marketing department in need of timely and relevant health content? Baldwin Publishing has what you need to make your health organization’s website and social media pages stand out. From customizable articles to captivating graphics, our health content is written to align with national awareness days and to resonate with your audience.

If you need health content, contact us today to learn how Baldwin Publishing can help you cultivate and grow an online audience.

Looking for more monthly health observances in 2024? Access a detailed calendar of all of the important 2024 national health observances here.

Make your community hungry for your social media posts by sharing Baldwin’s heart healthy recipes for 2024 National Food Days.