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Poor Sleep Often Equals Poor Health
Poor Sleep Often Equals Poor Health
Sleeping problems lead to far more trouble than tiredness. Up to 70 million Americans suffer from short sleep duration, which has been linked – if left unchecked – to numerous... Read More
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Jerry Reimenschneider
Finding Ways to Fight Food Insecurity
Finding Ways to Fight Food Insecurity
About 1 in 10 Americans are food insecure. Programs such as food stamps, while helpful, aren’t always enough to fill the gap between available funds and needed food. We can... Read More
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Jerry Reimenschneider
High Cholesterol: Prevention, Causes, and How to Cope
High Cholesterol: Prevention, Causes, and How to Cope
Despite increased awareness that has led to 2 out of 3 Americans having cholesterol screenings over the past five years, the plaque-like substance remains a huge problem, costing America 868,000... Read More
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Jerry Reimenschneider
See What You Can do to Protect Your Vision
See What You Can do to Protect Your Vision
About a third of all Americans say they aren't sure about the best way to take care of their eyes. A professional eye exam is a good start, but there... Read More
By
Jeff McGaw
Loneliness Can Threaten Lives
Loneliness Can Threaten Lives
Isolation, which spiked during the pandemic, has impacts beyond mental wellness. It can cause as much physical harm as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, and more than a third of... Read More
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Jerry Reimenschneider
Migraines Have No Cure, But There Are Ways to Ease the Pain
Migraines Have No Cure, But There Are Ways to Ease the Pain
Migraine headaches affect about 40 million people in the U.S. and cost businesses billions in absenteeism. While there are no cures, there are medications and effective strategies to lessen the... Read More
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Jeff McGaw
Benefits Plans for the Post-Pandemic World
Benefits Plans for the Post-Pandemic World
The pandemic led businesses to adapt benefits packages to meet shifting employee needs and realities. Many of those changes, it turns out, were things workers wanted, leading some employers to... Read More
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Jerry Reimenschneider
Finding the Most Affordable Healthcare Options
Finding the Most Affordable Healthcare Options
Healthcare coverage can sometimes be confusing, but understanding how it works helps you use it more wisely and can save you and your family money. Here are some things to... Read More
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Michael Race
Understanding Your Healthcare Coverage. Who Pays for What … and When?
Understanding Your Healthcare Coverage. Who Pays for What … and When?
Healthcare coverage can sometimes be confusing, but understanding how it works helps you use it more wisely and can save you and your family money. Here's a simple breakdown on... Read More
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Michael Race
Tap Into Summer Hydration Tips
Tap Into Summer Hydration Tips
We’ve all heard about how important it is to drink enough water, whether or not we’re physically active. Yet too few of us heed the warnings, raising some serious health... Read More
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Jerry Reimenschneider