Public Cervix Announcement

Cervical Cancer prevention: The HPV Vaccination protects against the types of HPV that most often cause cervical cancers. The HPV vaccination is recommended for preteens aged 11 to 12 years old but can be given starting at age 9. The HPV vaccination also is recommended for everyone up to 26 years old, if they are not […]

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Eating Healthy Begins in the Kitchen

Clean and organize – a clean and organized, clutter free kitchen makes food prep easier and more enjoyable. Keep dirty dishes out of the sink and off the counter – create a new habit of ending the day with this completed Wipe down kitchen surfaces daily to avoid build up and grime Keep the essentials […]

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Keep Stress Wrapped Up this Holiday Season

The holidays can be stressful even in the best of times - with crowds, family tensions, hosting responsibilities, and the social pressure and economic strain of gift giving. As we navigate this holiday season keep stress wrapped up trying some of these tips on how to reduce stress during the holidays.

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Stay Active Despite Cold Weather

The winter season can be an easy time to fall into the habits of a bear; more sleeping and eating, and less activity. Let’s look at ways to make winter more bearable by staying active this season.

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Holiday Proof Your Healthy Habits

Ah, the holidays. Pumpkin pie, turkey, latkes, mashed potatoes, eggnog, pastitsio, dolmades – so many special recipes and traditions around food. These food celebrations paired with travel could be a recipe for disaster for your waistline. Try these tips to help you ring in the new year, feeling good about savoring the foods you love, and avoiding a few excess pounds.

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American Diabetes Month – Diabetes Doesn’t Discriminate

It’s our chance to show the world what life with diabetes is really like and provide ways to manage it. Whether you are living with diabetes yourself or know somebody who is, pausing for Diabetes Awareness Month means taking a moment this November to consider small changes you can make to help others feel less isolated and to help prevent the progression of the disease with healthy choices.

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Great American Smokeout – Start with Day 1

Not sure where to start when it comes to quitting smoking? Have you tried quitting before but couldn’t do it on your own? Don’t worry. You got this! For more than 40 years, the American Cancer Society has hosted the Great American Smokeout on the third Thursday of November. The Great American Smokeout is an opportunity for people who smoke to commit to healthy, smoke -free lives – not just for a day, but year-round.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By being enrolled in our medical plan, you have access to clinical breast exams and mammograms, as a preventive screening. If you are under the age of 40 years, you may need a referral from your doctor, however women 40 years and older should not need a referral. Mammograms can be performed at a few […]

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Hope Scarves

We need your support to help us collect 5,000 scarves for those living with cancer during the month of October. You can donate scarves by placing them in your campus donation boxes or by clicking here to buy directly from Amazon. To learn a little more, watch this short video prepared by Hope Scarves. Not […]

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World Mental Health Day

The National Institute of Mental Health reports that depression is one of the most common mental illnesses in the United States, affecting an estimated 11 million adults. Of these, two thirds do not actively seek nor receive proper treatment, which can result in severe impairments that interfere with or limit their ability to engage in […]

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