Did You Know?
52% of people who responded to a recent poll believe that it is easier to do their taxes than to eat healthy.
Did You Know?
70% of all chronic disease is directly related to lifestyle choices.
We were surprised too. And, after thinking about it, we decided to create space on our website for information that will motivate, inform, and support employees, their families and friends who want to make healthy changes in their lifestyle.
Please check back often to find thoughtful tips and information that can have a huge impact on your health.
Reliable Sources for Information about the Coronavirus
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Laughter can help reduce workplace stress
The April 2020 Live Well, Work Well newsletter discusses reducing workplace stress and the benefits of increasing calcium intake.
How to begin the conversation
End-of-life decision making is easier when done in advance. Here are some tips for beginning the conversation with your loved ones.
Learn about Lipoprotein(a), or Lp(a).
Lipoprotein(a), or Lp(a) for short, is a particle in the blood that carries cholesterol, fats and protein. Read on to learn how it can affect your health.
Fish? Bird? Cat? Horse? It doesn’t matter which. Adopting will benefit you too!
Having pets can reduce blood pressure, promote physical healing, reduce anxiety, fatigue, depression, and provide emotional support. This flyer explains how.
Heart Disease Testing
Heart Disease includes numerous conditions. ConnectCare3 explains some of the tests your doctor may order to diagnose specific conditions.
Your heart rate is an indicator of your health and fitness.
This newsletter will explain how to calculate your heart rate and heart rate zones. Look for recipes, info about diets, and allergies, too!
Your eating habits can also reduce inflammation.
Hamburger vs. a beautiful piece of broiled fish. You choose. This flyer presents a few other not so obvious choices for reducing inflammation.
It’s important to get your biometric screening performed so that you know if your numbers are in the healthy range or if there are healthy lifestyle changes that you can make to improve them. Learn about three of the most common measurements performed at a biometric screen by following this link!
It’s February! Heart Health Month! Did you know that one in three women has a form of cardiovascular disease?
Increase your heart health and reduce stress with ideas from this newsletter (yummy recipe included)!
Are you doing everything you can to be safe when you are out and about?
Here are a few reminders to help you and your loved ones remain safe when you are outside.
Wondering if you should see a Dematologist?
Your skin is the largest organ of your body! Dermatologists treat more than 3,000 conditions and diseases of the skin, hair, mucous membranes, and nails. This one-page guide will help you decide if a Dermatologist is the right choice for you.
Are you confused about which foods are considered “inflammatory” and which are “anti-inflammatory?”
This one-page chart shows the healthiest anti-inflammatory choices at a glance!
Are you considering a new diet? Read about fad diets, winter colds and tips to stave off those post-holiday blues.
This newsletter also contains a tuna and kale recipe…
Anxious about traveling for advanced care?
Highmark’s nurse navigators can help you overcome barriers if you need to travel for an appropriate diagnosis and care. This short video tells you more.
If you need to travel to receive appropriate care, you aren’t alone with Highmark.
Here are a few tips if you must travel for your better health. Highmark will help you find accommodations, transportation, and moral support!