Beginning January 1, 2019, Health Net is launching an exciting new way for you to improve your health – the Step It Up Challenge. We’ve designed this challenge to help you monitor your physical activity. It can also help you create an empowering, healthy lifestyle change that lasts. The program runs through December 31, 2019.
Prediabetes is a serious health condition where blood sugar levels are higher than normal, but not high enough yet to be diagnosed as type 2 diabetes. Continue reading
Does weight loss feel impossible? Do you feel like you aren’t meeting your weight loss goals? Weight loss isn’t always easy. Health Net wants to help you live a healthier, happier life. That’s why we created our November Overcoming Barriers to Weight Loss webinar. Continue reading
The Great American Smokeout is coming this November, but you can get a head start by enrolling in the Quit For Life® program now. If you’ve tried to quit before, or are currently struggling with cravings, the time is now to plan ahead for the Smokeout and increase your chances for lifelong success. Continue reading
Did you know that it’s important to check how well a hospital provides maternity care before deciding where to deliver? Continue reading
Influenza (commonly called the flu) is highly contagious and can occur in children or adults of any age. Flu season usually occurs during the winter months because it’s when people tend to spend more time in close contact with one another. Continue reading
Do you ever sit there and think how you want to complete a short race, maybe a 5K, someday?
Our Couch to 5K webinar is for people new to running, people who want to get back into running, or people who simply want to be more active. Continue reading
The opioid epidemic in the U.S. affects millions of people. We don’t want you or a loved one to become its next victim. Continue reading
The Holy Fire is raging in Orange and Riverside counties. Health Net members who have lost their homes, or who have evacuated, are receiving support from the company. Continue reading
Healthy spending and saving habits are just as important to your well-being as proper nutrition and regular exercise. Financial stress can lead to depression, anxiety and trouble sleeping. Continue reading