Remain Active and Independent as you Age

Eat and Drink Healthy – choose fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, low-fat dairy, and water most of the time. Move More, Sit Less Throughout the Day – Being active can help you prevent, delay, and manage chronic diseases; improve balance and stamina; reduce risk of falls; and improve brain health. Don’t Use Tobacco – […]

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September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Cancer screening means looking for cancer before you have symptoms. The most common test that is used to screen for prostate cancer is a blood test called a prostate specific antigen (PSA) test. PSA is a substance your prostate makes. The test measures the amount of PSA in your blood. These simply screenings may help […]

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September is National Suicide Prevention Month

Suicide Risk: Awareness and Prevention | September 14 Join this webinar to: Define the warning signs of suicide. Discuss how to speak to someone about suicide concerns. List resources and how to get help. Register here Other resources to support mental health include Marketplace Chaplains, Anthem’s Learn to Live and LiveHealth Online. Learn more about […]

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August is National Breastfeeding Month

Breastfeeding is an important personal choice, and you get to decide what is best for you and your baby. However, it is important to understand the benefits of breastfeeding so that you can make an informed decision that will be of benefit to your baby and yourself.

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Meal Prep and Planning Tips

It’s that time again; back to school! For many parents, back to school brings busy schedules including extracurricular activities, running errands, picking up and dropping kids off, and homework. It’s often very hard to plan healthy meals or even have time for a meal. This leads to convenience where drive thru runs become more appealing.

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Get Back on Track with Routine Vaccines

August is National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM). This annual observance highlights the importance of getting recommended vaccines throughout your life. You have the power to protect yourself and your family against serious diseases like whooping cough, cancers caused by HPV, and pneumonia through on-time vaccination.

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We All Have a Bright Future Without the Sun

Summertime is all about fun in the sun! However, did you know that according to the Skin Cancer Foundation, one in five Americans will develop skin cancer, the most common type of cancer in the United States, and one person dies of skin cancer every hour? With the beautiful weather and days spent outdoors at the park, the beach and the golf course, your skin may be getting more sun exposure now than at other times of the year. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is the main cause of skin cancer and can also cause damage to your eyes. For these reasons, avoiding overexposure to UV light is the simplest form of prevention.

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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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