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2017 Spring News Letter

High blood cholesterol is often the culprit we blame when it comes to our heart attack risk. Yet there’s another key player that has little to do with what we do or don’t eat – stress. The release of adrenaline

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May Newsletter

May: High Blood Pressure Education Month May Newsletter

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May Health Well-Being Tip 2017

Regular physical activity is good for everyone’s health and people of all ages and body types. The American College of Sport’s Medicine (ACSM) recommends that adults get at least 150 minutes of moderately to vigorously intense physical activity each week.

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April 2017 Wellness Tip

What better time than springtime to kick your fitness up a notch! Longer days and warmer weather provide the perfect motivation. And you don’t have to start training for a marathon, either; as long as you’re getting more activity than

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March 2017 Health and Well-Being Tip

March 2017 Health and Well-Being Tip Colon Cancer Awareness Month What is Colorectal Cancer? Screening Saves Lives Am I at Risk? Symptoms of Colorectal Cancer Prevention

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January Well-Being Tip

Jan 2016 monthly tip-Cervical Cancer Each year, an estimated 12,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer, and about one-third will die as a result of the cancer. But cervical cancer is also a highly preventable and treatable cancer, thanks to

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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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