Have you ever tried to make a healthy change as a New Year’s resolution to start off the New Year on a positive note? Sometimes the hardest part is starting, keeping or maintaining a healthy resolution. We will provide information and tips to help you succeed at starting and maintaining a solid exercise program. Continue reading
5 military-family tips that ignite conversation and combat sadness
Deployment — whether it’s the first or fifteenth time — is difficult on a family. When a loved one is called to service, the spouse and children are often left battling feelings that range from extreme pride and love to loneliness, anger and, oftentimes, resentment. Despite these feelings, families who understand each other’s feelings and needs can maintain good communication.
From the hurricane-prone gulf states to the wildfires of the West, we are often reminded that disasters can strike close to home, at any time. Fortunately, we can reduce our anxiety and possible loss with preparation.
Are you disaster-ready? Take a quick inventory.
Is it a cold or the flu? Taking charge of your health is especially important this time of the year. The Cold & Flu season is approaching, and it is essential to learn about Cold & Flu prevention techniques and treatments. Understanding the difference between the Cold & Flu symptoms helps treatment work quicker at ending your symptoms.
Health Net is offering a telephone/webinar based class to individuals that will increase awareness about the Cold & Flu season. Continue reading
Health Net and Centene today announced that they will combine to create a leading diversified health care services enterprise with more than 10 million members across the country. The transaction is subject to regulatory review, shareholder approval and other customary closing conditions. Details are in our news release.
Arthritis often is associated with aging, and – although it’s true that the incidence of arthritis increases as people get older – individuals across the age spectrum contend with this condition. In fact, nearly 53-million adults – as well as 300,000 children – have some type of arthritis. Given its prevalence, it’s not surprising to learn that arthritis is the leading cause of disability in America.
In addition to many other health-related observances, May is Arthritis Awareness Month, and there’s much to learn about this disease that impacts so many. Continue reading
A typical business owner’s to-do list is epic in length, scope, and overall ability to induce record-setting headaches. Consequently, rare is the business owner who has time to contemplate whether or not his/her employees are happy. What many business owners don’t realize, however, is that this would be time very well spent. Continue reading
Company owners who are committed to helping their employees achieve work-life balance may be driven by altruism or they may just be shrewd. That’s because facilitating work-life balance is simply good business. In fact, studies have found these three key results: Continue reading
Millions of Americans will take to the skies this year. When they land, it’s entirely likely that they will deplane along with a wholly unwanted gift: enough illness-inducing bacteria to fill a cargo jet.
Consider these unsettling statistics: Continue reading
Anyone who has ever smoked knows how difficult it is to stop. Perhaps that’s why one in five American adults – 43.6-million people – still smoke cigarettes. And nearly 15-million people smoke tobacco in cigars or pipes. Continue reading