Cancer. It’s a scary word. There’s a lot we can’t control when it comes to cancer, but there are a few big things that we can control. Read on for a few tips.Read More
Did you know that cholesterol is a normal and healthy part of our cells? Cholesterol helps form our cell membranes and create certain vitamins and hormones. As with anything, too much is never a good idea. There are two sources of cholesterol, what our body makes and what we eat that is found in animal products.Read More
During NIAM, TrilogyFIT encourages you talk to your doctor, nurse, or other healthcare professional to ensure you are up to date on recommended vaccines. We also encourage you to visit CDC’s Interactive Vaccine Guide, which provides information on the vaccines recommended during pregnancy and throughout your child’s life. As your children head back to school this […]Read More
Breastfeeding gives babies antibodies against viruses and bacteria. You make these antibodies and pass them to the baby in the breastmilk. Breastfeeding has many other benefits, including decreasing the risk of asthma and allergies, helping mama and baby to bond, and decreasing the incidence of respiratory illnesses, ear infections, and diarrhea. It may also decrease […]Read More
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that less than 1 in 10 adults and adolescents consume enough fruits and vegetables. Processed foods such as fast food and sugary drinks add unnecessary sugars, salt, and saturated fats increasing the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, stroke, obesity, diabetes, cancer, and decreased […]Read More
Did you know that many of the leading causes of mortality among men can be prevented? Here’s what you need to know. According to the CDC, the top causes of mortality among adult men in the U.S. include cardiovascular disease, cancer, chronic respiratory disease, and stroke. However, only 3 out of 5 men get annual […]Read More
Recognize a Star! Who do YOU know that has been a shining star in the Trilogy community? Who do YOU know that has made Trilogy a better place to work just by being there? Share your gratitude here to nominate and recognize a Trilogy employee that has been the brightest light in your eyes! When […]Read More
Our environment provides us with plenty of resources to be successful, healthy and thriving. It seems as though we have an infinite source of materials, but is it really infinite? While this is the case for some resources like solar energy and wind, other resources like natural gas and fossil fuels are finite. Unfortunately, in […]Read More
We recycle, I try to always utilize natural lighting in our home by opening the blinds instead of using electricity, Try to use the outside air and sun for heat/cool instead of the unit, utilize reusable containers instead of plastic or foam containers.
-Tiffany, Paragon Therapy Program Director
Something that I do to help the environment is always keeping reusable grocery bags in my car to avoid accumulating plastic bags at the grocery store. I have also created a habit of carrying my reusable straws with me everywhere I go, in case I want to stop for a Starbucks or a smoothie.
-Vaidehi, Health and Wellness Intern
I was given a Soda Stream water carbonator for my birthday this year, which has cut down on the cans and bottles of flavored sparkling water my family uses. Not only are we drinking more water and less soda and juice, but we’re using less materials and buying less from the grocery store. This water carbonator lets us reduce, which has an even greater impact than recycling!
-Melinda, Wellness Coordinator
I still live in a college town while working for Trilogy remotely. To get out of my apartment, I tend to do my work at a local coffee shop. I used to drive there every time, but now that the weather is better I walk there. That way, I’m doing just a little bit to reduce the amount of air pollution. I also am very conscious of turning off the water when I brush my teeth!
-Jess, Health and Wellness Intern
An alarming one in three American adults has high blood pressure. Known medically as hypertension, many people don’t even know they have it, because high blood pressure has no symptoms or warning signs. Since there are no symptoms, high blood pressure is called “The Silent Killer”. When elevated blood pressure is accompanied by abnormal cholesterol and blood […]Read More
“The Hello Heart program has helped me realize how stress can have an impact on my blood pressure. Using the free blood pressure cuff that was provided as a gift for participating in the program, I was able to track my blood pressure at different times of the day, and the daily insights gave helpful hints on lowering my blood pressure numbers.” – Mandi, Homewood Health Campus
“I am a better person now because of hello heart. I have learnt to put my health 1st by exercising, checking my BP and taking my medication on time. Thank you hello heart.” – Linda, Violet Springs Health Campus
“This program has helped me realize that my blood pressure was running higher than normal. It has given me insight on managing my heart health by bringing awareness to my readings. I feel this program can help others on blood pressure medication possibly reduction by monitoring B/P, diet and physician.” – Judy, Cedar Creek Health Campus
“The Heart Health app helped me keep my blood pressure under control. I loved reading the daily insights, they provided me with information that I had no idea about. I had a hard time remembering to take my medication daily the app provides a medication reminder not only for my blood pressure medications but all my medications. Thank you Hello Heart!!! I haven’t had a high blood pressure since downloading the app!!! – April, The Villages at Oakridge
Starting at EST February 5, 2021
Did you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States? In honor of Go Red For Women and American Heart Month, all employees (and residents) are encouraged to wear red to create awareness around cardiovascular disease.Learn More About This Event
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