The March 2023 Health Days Calendar includes content for Colorectal Cancer Month, World Obesity Day, International Women’s Day & these important days…

Here are the important March health awareness days Baldwin Publishing includes in the Celebrate Today! Health Awareness Calendar. Promote these health observances on your blog, newsletter, website and social media to drive engagement and online traffic in March 2023.

Baldwin writers create wellness content for every health observance day. Customize each article and video for your hospital or health organization.

Colorectal Cancer Month
Doctors now recommend that people at average risk for colorectal cancer get screened beginning at age 45, or even sooner if you’re at high risk. Share Baldwin’s colon screening article with the important facts about this disease.

Nutrition Month
This month Baldwin writers shed some light on how fiber, protein and red wine can offer interesting health benefits.

National Kidney Month
More than one in seven adults has kidney disease. But approximately 90 percent of those people don’t know their kidneys are at risk. For National Kidney Month, Baldwin writers share helpful information on the risk factors and symptoms of kidney disease.

Noodle Month
Not all noodles are created equal! Encourage your community to eat healthier by sharing our heart healthy recipe for Zucchini Noodles with Creamy Avocado Pesto from Baldwin’s Health eCooks™ library.

March Health Week Observances

March 12—18: Sleep Awareness Week
Some people label themselves as “bad” sleepers and simply accept that they don’t sleep well. But there are often underlying reasons why a person can’t sleep. For Sleep Awareness Week, Baldwin shares the most common causes of sleep problems.

March 20—24: LGBTQ+ Health Awareness Week
If you have a family member, friend or acquaintance who identifies as LGBTQ+, what you say and do may help them feel supported, seen and heard. For LGBTQ+ Health Awareness Week, Baldwin Publishing shares tips on how we can support the LGBTQ+ people in our life.

March 20—26: Drug and Alcohol Facts Week
Many people believe that different types of alcohol affect them differently. The truth is there is a list of factors that can contribute to how our bodies respond to alcoholic drinks. For Drug and Alcohol Facts Week, share Baldwin’s article on how alcohol can affect our mood, behavior, and our health.

March Health Day Observances

March 4: World Obesity Day
Many celebrities promote the benefits of using diabetes medication for weight loss. For World Obesity Day, Baldwin writers explain how these medications work and the reasons why they may not be right for everyone.

March 8: International Women’s Day
Many women find that the people and responsibilities in their lives take priority over their own health. For International Women’s Day, share Baldwin’s five important tips that can help women stay healthier.

March 14: Pi Day
Celebrate Pi Day by sharing our recipe for Banana Cream Pie. This low fat recipe from Baldwin’s Health eCooks™ library is quick, easy and oh so creamy.

March 28: Diabetes Alert Day
It’s Diabetes Alert Day. Did you know the amount of physical activity you do (or don’t do) may have an impact on your risk of type 2 diabetes? This new diabetes articles outlines the newest research on diabetes risk factors.

March 30: National Doctor’s Day
Celebrate the doctors at your health organization by sharing Baldwin’s article for National Doctor’s Day. In this article, our writers discuss how a strong doctor-patient relationship can help us stay healthier.

See our Health Awareness Content for 2024.