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Your Best is Ahead with Preventative Care

Your health needs change as you age. One way to ensure that the best years are ahead is by taking care to get preventative screenings. Here are some great ones to mind after you turn 50.

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It's More than Just a Headache

In this post, we look at migraine headaches and how they differ from traditional headaches as well as what can be done to prevent and treat them.

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The Relationship Between Drinking and Hypertension

It's not common knowledge that alcohol and blood pressure are linked. In this article, we look at just how the two are connected and what you can do to manage the health problems that follow hypertension.

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How to Prevent Common Chronic Conditions

Chronic conditions like asthma, COPD, diabetes and others limit your enjoyment and ability to get the most out of any phase in your life. Learn about how to prevent and manage these conditions.

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Make a New Year’s Resolution to Better Understand Your Pharmacy Benefit

Your pharmacy benefit is a huge perk for select Network Health plans. Understanding it is the best way to get the most out of it. Learn about the avenues you have available for maximizing your health plan.

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Don’t Let the High Dose Flu Shot Shortage Deter You From Getting Vaccinated

The high-dose flu shot has a shortage in 2020. With a flu season expected to be especially bad, this may scare you from getting the shot. Here's why it shouldn't.

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7 Things to Look For in a Medicare Advantage Plan

Shopping for a Medicare Advantage plan that covers the essentials with room for extra security isn't always easy. Here are seven things to be on the lookout for during your search.

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Take a Stand to Prevent Falls

Falls pose a serious risk to a significant number of people as they age. Learn some ways to prevent falling and the health risks associated with.

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The Importance of Getting a Flu Shot

It's that time of the year again. Find out why, in the words of Dr. Gregory Buran, a flu shot is crucial to enjoying life during these long winter months in Wisconsin.

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August is National Immunization Awareness Month

You may not have known it, but August is National Immunization Awareness Month, a celebration of the work done by those who have developed and those who administer immunizations.

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World Hepatitis Day 2019

Hepatitis is a serious and potentially life-threatening condition with plenty of myths and rumors surrounding its prevalence and spread. Find out how we're helping to raise awareness.

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Measles: Am I Protected?

Measles is a highly contagious virus that can be spread in public spaces without direct person-to-person contact. Find out if you're protected in this article which looks at the disease.

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Are You Antibiotic Aware?

This post dives into the importance of antibiotic awareness and what you need to do be healthy in light of the information about it.

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Colorectal Screening Identifies Disease for Early, More Successful Treatment

Colorectal screenings are important for full-body health. Find out about some of the diseases that can be detected early when treatment is less intensive and more likely to be successful

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Preparing for your Annual Wellness Visit

Your annual wellness visit is an important part of ongoing health and wellness. Find out some steps you can take to make the visit as quick and painless as possible.

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Wise Health Care Consumer: Take an Active Role During Transition of Care

Having an active role in your transition of care ensures that it goes as smoothly as possible and that you're getting the most out of your experience. Learn more.

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Top Five Things To Look For When Choosing A Medicare Plan

With so much information (many of it conflicting) out there, choosing the right Medicare plan isn't necessarily a simple thing. In this article, we share five things you need to be aware of when selecting.

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Simple Steps to Prevent Falls

In this post, we look at simple steps that can be taken to reduce the possibility of a falling injury around the house. Learn how to protect yourself and your family from these dangerous accidents.

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Chlamydia Screening Helps Stop Spread of Disease

Chlamydia is the most common sexually transmitted disease – its numbers are higher than all types of hepatitis combined. And the disease, which often does not show symptoms, continues to rise across the nation.

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Don't Forget Your Medications

It is estimated that three out of four Americans do not take their medications as prescribed. This results in unnecessary emergency department visits and hospitalizations. Learn more.

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All About the ‘Silent Disease’- Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a bone disease that affects more than half the population in the U.S. at some point in their lives. Read about osteoporosis treatment and detection

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National Healthcare Decisions Day

Today April 16, is National Health Care Decisions Day and we’d like to encourage you to talk to your family and personal doctor about your wishes for end-of-life care.

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Top Tips to Prevent Birth Defects

The prospect of birth defects is frightening for expecting parents. There are ways to prevent common defects, however. This article looks at some of the most crucial ones of which to be aware.

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Prevent Cancer in Men and Women with the HPV Vaccine

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one in four people are currently infected with the human papillomavirus (HPV) in the United States. HPV can cause cancer in both men and women.

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Common Questions and Answers About the Flu Shot

Flu season is upon us and getting an annual flu shot is the best way to protect yourself and your family from the flu.

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