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INDIANAPOLIS — Drug maker Eli Lilly has created a multichannel platform to inform and educate patients about healthy eating, physical activity and stress management.
The program, Lilly for Better Health, is designed to help users live healthier, more active lives, and Lilly said it was designed to reach patients where they like to receive health information. The program includes a website, LillyForBetterHealth.com.
“Lilly’s work to improve patients’ health and well-being goes beyond medicine,” Lilly VP U.S. medical division Jack Harris said. “Managing your health and achieving a balanced lifestyle often means making changes to your daily life, and small steps can make a big difference.”