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What Fitness Tracker is the Best for Me in 2021/2022?

In this post, Network Health wellness coordinator, Samantha Clark, looks at several popular fitness tracker models and compares them, letting you pick the best model for your fitness goals.

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Dental Hygiene Begins at Home

Dental hygiene is a crucial part of whole-body health. In this post, Network Health quality care coordinator Michele Eggers discusses how to put together a dental and oral health routine that works for you.

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Questions Arise for the Upcoming Flu Season

Will the upcoming flu season be bad? Find out what health experts are saying in this speculative deep dive from our quality care coordinator, Michele Eggers.

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A Good Night’s Sleep Means More than Just an Alert Morning

In this article, wellness coordinator Jennifer Stubbe discusses the importance of quality sleep as well as providing some strategies for how you can achieve good, quality sleep.

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More Than Ever, Screen Time Keeps Us Connected, But Moderation is Key

The last year has made screen time mandatory for many of us to continue work and socializing, but too much can be risky. In this post, wellness expert Aimee Donnelly talks about why and what to do to help.

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Stand Up for Posture in May

Posture is undoubtedly something you've been reminded to have a "good" attitude toward, but what does it involve? Do we really need to avoid slouching, and if so, why? Find out in this article by Jennifer Footit-Tank.

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Is High Blood Pressure Something to Worry About?

May is Blood Pressure Education Month and that means we're taking a look at this well-known, but not as well-understood, risk factor. Join us as we investigate hypertension, its causes and potential severities.

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Go Green this Earth Day with Paperless Communication

Going green for Earth Day is simple by changing your member communications over to paperless. Learn how in this blog by our digital marketing specialist, Jordan Kapellusch.

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National Drug Take Back Day Encourages Safe and Sustainable Drug Disposal

Throwing away medications may give you pause - and it should. Drugs need to be disposed of properly. National Drug Disposal Day is a great opportunity to learn about the best way to do that and find outlets for unneeded medications.

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2021 Special Enrollment Period Responds to COVID-19 Pandemic with Open Individual and Family Plan Market

The 2021 federal health insurance exchange has opened for a special enrollment period. Learn what this means and how it can help ensure quality coverage for you and your family during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Dry Skin: Cracking Up for All the Wrong Reasons

Dry skin affects most people in the cold states during the winter. Find out how to prevent and treat dry skin so that you can avoid painful or even dangerous complications.

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Medicare Enrollment Seasons Provide Opportunity for Fraud and Identity Theft

The Medicare enrollment seasons throughout the year provide plenty of opportunity for fraud and identity theft. Learn how to spot these issues and avoid them.

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Finding Coverage that Works for You on the Health Insurance Exchange

It's time to start thinking about your coverage options for 2021. In this article, Reggie Newson from Ascension goes through the things you need to know during your 2020 open enrollment period.

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What it Means When you Are Always Cold

If you're always cold, it may be more than just an issue with your thermostat. In this article, Morgan Radlinger shares some reasons you may be feeling cold and what they could mean for your overall health.

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Packing for Success

Packing medication for travel can be anxiety-inducing. In this article, Network Health pharmacist Beth Coopman shows you how to reduce the stress with four simple steps.

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Safely Enjoy the Long Daylight Hours of Summer

Thanks to warm weather, a plethora of activities and long hours of daylight, summer is a great season in Wisconsin. Here's how to make the most out of these hours and stay healthy during the warm season.

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5 Great 10,000-Step Trails in Northeast Wisconsin

From the sweeping views of the Green Bay to the carved glacial shores of Lake Winnebago, northeast Wisconsin has a lot to offer those looking for great hikes that will let you hit your daily step goals. Check out these five!

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Commit to Quit

Approximately 18 out of every 100 U.S. adults smokes cigarettes. That’s more than 42 million Americans.

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Stronger Together: Home Care for a Musculoskeletal Injury

Caring for a musculoskeletal injury is already tough and requires a lot. With #SaferAtHome, however, it can be even more difficult. Read some winning strategies for comfort and care during this time.

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Change is Inevitable, not Inevitably Uncomfortable

Transition of care seems like a frightening and intimidating concept, but it's easier than you may think to get on board and ensure a safe and comfortable transition.

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Flu Season Continues

The 2020 Winter Flu season has been among the most severe in recent memory. Here is what you need to know about the 2020 Winter Flu and how it affects your health.

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It’s More Than the Winter Blues

It’s More Than the Winter Blues

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Five Ways to Thrive this Holiday Season

Learn about five ways to thrive and enjoy the holiday season by living your best mental and physical health possible. Make the holiday times to remember for the best reasons this year.

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It’s Not a Diet, It’s a Lifestyle – The Guide to a Whole-Foods, Plant-Based Lifestyle

Learn about eating a whole-food, plant-based diet and the benefits you get when you transition to a more clean and less-processed plate.

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Consumer Alert Highlights Dangers of "Patient Assistance Programs"

If you need financial help paying for your medications, you may be likely to call an 800 number for a patient assistance program. Not all of these are free from deceit, however. Find out what to look out for.

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