Sugar seems to be in everything we eat these days. Most of us would agree that, over time, our consumption of sugar has dramatically increased. But there is good news! We don’t have to give up sweetness altogether – we just need to get it from different sources. Continue reading
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
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
You know you need to exercise. You know it helps you sleep better, gives you more energy, improves your mood and helps maintain your weight. But you can’t stand working out! Continue reading
Health Net, Inc. is helping ensure that members of its subsidiaries who have lost their homes or been evacuated due to current wildfires in Napa, Sonoma, Butte, Lake, Mendocino, Nevada, Orange, Solano and Yuba counties have access to essential prescription medications, critical Health Net information and other services to help them cope with grief, loss, stress or trauma. Continue reading
To help provide health information that is easy to understand, Health Net is celebrating National Health Literacy Month for the eighth year in a row. Continue reading
If you currently have a Health Net Individual & Family Plan HMO or HSP, the transgender surgery section of your Evidence of Coverage (EOC) has been revised.
You can refer to your EOC for more information.
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
That question immediately comes to mind as soon as the throat gets sore and the nose gets stuffy. And, with the cold and flu season fast approaching, taking charge of your health is especially important. Continue reading