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.
Understanding the ConnectCare3 Benefit
Here’s the October edition of the ConnectCare3 Newsletter. ConnectCare3 is comprised of patient advocates, nurses, health coaches and dietitians who are available to answer your questions and guide you to resources.
Biggest Loser Fitness Challenge Results
Congratulations to all 51 people who participated in our first-ever Biggest Loser Contest! As a group, we lost a total of 269 pounds during the six-week competition. Keep up the great work everyone! S3Performance Training managed our competition and they announced the following winners:
Drivers: Biggest Loser overall is Sam ($400); Biggest Loser Runner Up is Mahmoud ($200); Participant Drawing Winner is Natasha ($100); Beat Management Winner is Wade ($250).
Admin: Biggest Loser Overall is Andrea ($400); Biggest Loser Runner Up is Melissa ($200); Participant Drawing Winner is Hollie ($100); Beat Management Winner is Marc ($250).
Thank you S3Performance! Thank you participants!
Live Well, Work Well Newsletter – May 2021
A delicious pasta primavera recipe! Articles include skin cancer, sun screens, fast food and heart health, and the importance of taking care of yourself and your mental health.
Learn about common joint replacement surgeries
More than 1 million people have a hip or knee replacement per year! Read on for information about these common surgeries.
February 2021 Live Well Work Well Newsletter
This edition of the Live Well, Work Well newsletter discusses ways to boost your heart health and prevent burnout at work.
December 2020 Connections Newsletter
Some chronic diseases cause obvious symptoms, but others do not. Click here to educate yourself about chronic diseases and learn suggested lifestyle changes to reduce your risk.
Common Eye Problems
Read on for brief descriptions of both age-related eye conditions and those present at birth plus a link to OnHealth’s website for more detailed information.
October 2020 Live Well, Work Well Newsletter
Are you or someone you know suffering from “pandemic fatigue?” This edition of the Live Well, Work Well Newsletter alerts you to some signs and describes ways you can prevent it.
Keep the children in your life well-nourished…to grow, learn, and develop.
Kids will learn to enjoy what’s available at home – fruit, veges, low-fat dairy, water and more. Read on for more info!
September 2020 Live Well, Work Well Newsletter
This edition of the Live Well, Work Well Newsletter explains how to establish healthy wellness habits for the children in your life.
August 2020 Live Well, Work Well Newsletter
This month’s edition includes: how to sort fact from fiction about the Coronavirus, a recipe for a delicious mango berry rotini salad, and information about probiotics.
July 2020 Live Well, Work Well Newsletter
This edition includes tips for surviving summer’s heat and boosting your mental well-being. Also, a recipe for a tasty baked potato salad!
Could a nurse navigator help you?
This short YouTube video illustrates how the connection between a nurse navigator and patient can impact the patient’s health in very positive ways.
Quitting Smoking, Sugar Substitutes and more…
This edition of the Live Well, Work Well Newsletter also contains information about feelings of loneliness at work and a delicious tofu recipe!
Reliable Sources for Information about the Coronavirus
Our team has been closely monitoring and reviewing all available information on the COVID-19 virus. The best resources for up to date information include the Center for Disease Control, the National Institute of Health, and the World Health Organization.
Our team is still available to support you and your dependents on the health plan. Reach out to email@example.com to start working with our team.
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.