Top tips for safe trick-or-treating

Parent Taking Children Trick Or Treating At HalloweenThe following information may be of use to your employees.

Do you want to know one of the scariest things about trick-or-treating? It’s this: On average, kids are twice as likely to be hit by a car and seriously injured or killed on Halloween as on any other day of the year, according to Safe Kids Worldwide. Continue reading

Defeat your need for nicotine – The Great American Smokeout is coming!

Quit or stop smokingInformation in this article may be useful to your employees.

Get ready for the Great American Smokeout this November by enrolling in the Quit For Life® program now. Even if you’ve tried to quit before, or currently struggle with cravings, planning ahead for the Smokeout can help boost your chances for lifelong success.  Continue reading

Get a flu shot – not the flu!

woman getting flu shotPlease feel free to share this article with your employees.

Think you’re immune to the flu? Even healthy people can get very sick from the flu and spread it to others. If you don’t want to get a flu shot to protect yourself, then please get one to protect others. The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention estimates that flu-related hospitalizations and deaths, since 2010, have ranged from 152,000 to 766,000.   Continue reading

Preparing your workforce for a natural disaster

Sharing reform news with your clientsAs we’ve seen over the past few months, natural disasters can arrive unexpectedly or with merely a few days’ notice. When evaluating their preparedness programs, companies need to be sure to ask the right questions to ensure the safety of employees and the continuity of business operations. Continue reading

Health Net awards $1.5 million to help close insurance gap, improve quality of care and enhance health outcomes

Doctor examining young girlHealth Net, one of California’s largest health insurance companies, is awarding a combined $1.5 million to 10 health care and community-based organizations across the state to help close the insurance gap, improve the quality and availability of health care and enhance health outcomes in medically underserved communities. The 10 recipients are in Northern California, the Central Valley and Los Angeles. Continue reading

Prostate cancer – to monitor or treat?

Doctor and male patientCancer is in the news every day. Here is some information about prostate cancer that your employees may find useful.

 

Every year, more than 160,000 men in the United States are diagnosed with prostate cancer. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer among American men.  Continue reading

August webinar: Money talks – stop it from saying goodbye

Woman at laptopBelow is information that can be shared with your employees.

For most of us, good financial health plays an important role in our overall wellness and supports a healthy lifestyle. By taking control of your financial health, you’ll gain the information and confidence to make informed decisions about your finances and investments. Continue reading