June is Men’s Health Month

The HHS Office of Minority Health suggest 5 Plays for Men to Stay at the Top of Their Game: Protect your heart – Healthier food choices build a healthier heart – make fruits and vegetables half of your plate. Visit the nutrition guide on Virgin Pulse for recipe ideas. Be Active – Getting just 30 […]

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Mix Up your Routine with Rising Temperatures

Gardening Spring Cleaning Frolicking with your pet Swimming Hiking Joining a sports league Outdoor Yoga/Training Cycling Are you pregnant this summer and trying to stay active with the rising temperatures? Pregnancy is demanding regardless of the season but being pregnant in the summer brings unique challenges. Exercise during pregnancy supports healthy sleep patterns, mental health, […]

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Global Employee Health and Fitness Month

Join us for the National Association of Health and Fitness as we celebrate Global Employee Health and Fitness Month. Founded in May of 1989, the National Association of Health and Fitness strives to encourage positive health behavior change.

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May is Mental Health Month

Mental health is a big part of overall wellbeing, and it is important to be aware of the signs of mental stress so you can seek help for yourself or recognize when someone you care about may need help. Some common signs that you may notice insomnia, heart palpitations or fatigue.  Mental illness affects people of all ages, genders, and ethnicities.  One in five U.S. adults experience mental illness, but many don’t seek help.  Trilogy offers a variety of resources to support you through Trilogy C.A.R.E.

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Ultra Violet Information

Whether you will be at the beach, pool or spending anytime outdoors; don’t forget to enjoy the sun safely. Did you know that UV rays from the sun can damage your skin even when you are in the car? UV rays can penetrate windows which can cause aging, wrinkles, spots, and skin cancer even if […]

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Clickotine Spring Campaign

Take in a breath of fresh air this month by quitting tobacco. Within 20 minutes, your heart rate and blood pressure will decrease. In a few days the carbon monoxide levels in your blood will return to normal. After several weeks to a few months your circulation will improve, and your lung function increases, and it just gets better after that head to toe. Why not give it a try? Trilogy has resources to help you too.

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Healthy Vision Starts with an Eye Exam

The CDC reports that an estimated 11 million Americans aged 12 years and older could see better if they used corrective lenses, or eye surgery, if appropriate. To have healthy vision, get a comprehensive dilated eye exam each year. Through our Anthem Blue View Vision plan you have access to a comprehensive eye exam once every 12 months.

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Stress Awareness Month

During the month of April, there is a feeling of renewal and hope as the trees and flowers begin to bloom. If we take the time to notice the colors emerging in these blooms, the smell of fresh spring air, and listen for the birds singing, you might also feel a sense of calm or relaxation. April is also National Stress Awareness Month, so take time for yourself and gain a sense of calm by trying a few of the strategies listed here or by using the resources Trilogy provides to you.

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Celebrate World Water Day – March 22

Approximately, 60% of the human body is water. Every day your body loses water which is why it’s important to continue to take in water throughout the day. For your body to function at its best, you must replenish its water supply with beverages and food that contain water. Tips to Drink More Water! Carry […]

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