Yearly Archives: 2016

Future of the ACA and Potential Impact on Employer Sponsored Health Benefits

With the recent election results, there are a lot of unanswered questions about the future of the ACA and the effects it will have – especially on employers. We have access to a helpful document providing terrific insights and projections

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October 2016 Well-Being Tip

The fo llowing guidelines from the American Cancer Society were developed for the average American woman regarding breast health. These guidelines may be modified by your doctor to meet your particular needs. Over 90% of breast cancers can be detected

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Own Your Health Summer 2016

Health and Wellness Tips:quarterly summer newsletter Travel Tips For People Who Have Asthma and Allergies Diabetes and Heat: Safety Tips What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Heart Failure? Sweet Tomato, Cucumber, and Onion Salad

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August 2016 Wellness Tip

Most people are not aware of how much they’re drinking and are not drinking enough. It’s also very difficult for the body to tell the difference between hunger and thirst. So if you’re walking around feeling a gnawing sense of

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July 2016 News Letter

Protect yourself and your family by following these simple rules: 1.Reduce exposure to the sun during peak hours (10am-4pm). 2.Don’t burn! One or more sunburns before the age of 18 doubles your risk of getting melanoma. 3.Always wear sunscreen and

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June 2016 Well-Being Tip

June Well-Being Tip Dairy products contain many beneficial nutrients; they can also be high in fat, saturated fat, calories, and even sugar. Read nutrition labels and ingredient lists to see if your yogurt contains added sugar.

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May 2016 Well-Being Tip

Spring is here and we are getting ready to Spring clean our homes. Well this Spring try something different called Spring clean(eat)ing! Spring clean(eat)ing is an approach you should take to your current eating habits and challenge them to make

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February 2016 Wellness Tip

“Breakfast eaters are more productive at work, have better problem-solving skills, and increased mental clarity.” Everyone knows breakfast is an important meal. Still, despite the clear benefits of a nutritious morning meal, whirlwind schedules and tight household budgets can make

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