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Information is powerful – particularly when it relates to your health and your health care. That's why we provide insight and tools to help you understand how to take care of you.

You can find general information about health and wellness here. Our blog articles change regularly, so return to this page often for more information.

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Current blog articles

  • Nine tips to eat healthy and smart during the holidays

    11/16/2017

    With a little knowledge, preparation and discipline, you can enjoy the holidays with no regrets. 
 
Here are nine tips to help you stay on track this holiday season.

  • Fit Together: How to stay active as a family

    10/30/2017

    What are you teaching your children about forming good health habits? Showing your children what a healthy lifestyle looks like can give them a head start on adopting those behaviors and making a lifetime commitment to them.

  • Five fall veggies to add to your meals this season

    10/19/2017

    While you may be excited to eat and drink everything pumpkin spice-flavored this fall, these seasonal treats tend to be loaded with sugar and other unhealthy ingredients. But don’t worry — there are some healthier reasons to love fall. 

  • How the new Price Planner Tool can help you understand healthcare costs

    10/17/2017

    Determining healthcare costs can be confusing. Whether you’re trying to nail down pricing or make informed decisions about your care, the whole process can be overwhelming if you don't have help.

  • Six childhood illnesses adults can get, too

    10/10/2017

    A lot changes as we grow into adults, but a lot stays the same, too. If you thought you’d eventually outgrow your risk for certain “childhood” illness as you age, you might be surprised to learn that while some health conditions are more common in kids, adults aren’t totally immune. 

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