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Why should I get tested for colon cancer?

Believe in the power of prevention. While you may be one of the millions of Americans who choose to wait until they are sick to visit a doctor (or avoid going at all), there are countless reasons why you should make regular check-ups a habit.

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You’ve been to the doctor and paid your copay. How are you going to know when your claim is filed and finalized? Simple, you’ll get your Explanation of Benefits (EOB). Your EOB...
The Fitness Program will be waiving the enrollment fee (a value of $25) for eligible new members who sign up between March 1 and March 31, 2019.* Members will be asked to enter a coupon...
It’s not a topic most of us like to think about, but getting a colorectal cancer screening is an important part of staying healthy. As the third leading cause of cancer death in the...
As anyone who has suffered from spring allergies knows, springtime can mean a whole lot more than April showers and May flowers. Hay fever can manifest itself as sneezing, itchy/watery eyes...
Is getting organized on your list of to-dos? What about healthy living? Why not combine the two? Get out the calendar or an app and schedule your health and wellness appointments. While...
A stroke happens when blood flow to your brain is obstructed—either entirely stopped or greatly reduced. This slows or stops the flow of oxygen the brain needs to function properly...
The path to a happy, healthy life lies in how well-nourished your mind, body and soul are on a regular basis. Learning self-love can drastically change the course of your life. And no, it’s...
Whether it’s getting your annual wellness visit or having your cholesterol checked, keeping up with your recommended screenings plays an important role in catching small health problems...
For more than 30 years, physical activity has been the main focus of worksite health promotion. Pedometer challenges, on-site yoga, weight loss programs and more have been pretty standard...