A bear of few words, Blue Bear speaks almost exclusively in the language of hugs, but he fur sure still gets the message out about the importance of healthy living, staying safe and giving back to the community. One of his favorite things to do is share a ride in the Care Van to help kids get immunized, because Blue Bear thinks sharing health and wellness for kids of all ages should be a number one priority. Find out more about the Care Van.How well do you know Blue Bear? A true champion of health and wellness, Blue Bear practices good health habits every day! He eats his vegetables, always wears his helmet when riding his bike and brushes his teeth twice a day. His favorite activities include running, jumping and playing. Blue Bear Fun Facts
Blue Bear’s Tip for Connect:Visit your doctor every year and keep your immunizations up-to-date.Blue Bear Cares About You! He Says…
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