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Hepatitis Awareness Day – July 28, 2020

Hepatitis Awareness Day – July 28, 2020

There are 300 million people in the world infected with Hepatitis B or Hepatitis C and the vast majority of them don’t know it. In fact, 80% of those with Hepatitis C and 90% of those with Hepatitis B have no idea that they are infected with the virus that kills 1.4...

Employers Can Help with Stress

What Employers Can Do to Limit the Costs of Stress… Employers are well served to assure that chronic stress is addressed within the workforce AND their dependents. Learning positive coping strategies should be everyone’s goal. Developing a healthy diet and...
Understanding the Real Cost of Stress

Understanding the Real Cost of Stress

The Story of Stress Even before the stress of the Pandemic, stress was a real cost to people in the United States. In fact, stress costs the United States economy more than $3 BILLION every year. This staggering cost reflects the very real business costs of...
It is the Month of Hearts

It is the Month of Hearts

Be Mine! “Be still my heart!” February is National Heart Month and a “still” heart is not at all the goal! In fact, we want hearts that are pumping at a rate of about 100 beats a minute with the rich life-sustaining oxygen-filled blood that you need to stay...
The New Plan Year Starts January 1

The New Plan Year Starts January 1

The new plan year begins for Medicare on January 1. We have some suggestions for you as you start the year so that you will be aware of any changes you may want to make in the 2020 Open Enrollment period that begins next November. 1. Keep a running list of what you...
Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health Awareness Week

We recognize Mental Health Awareness week October 6-12 by taking some time to learn the symptoms and how to help people we love get the help that they need. For most of us it seems routine to greet people with a friendly, “Hi. How are you doing?” And the socially...