DASH to Heart Health

Almost half of the American population has hypertension, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and having high blood pressure puts you at risk for things like a stroke, heart disease, or even death. Not only are the numbers high, the CDC says only 1 in 4 of those people who have hypertension, have their condition under control.

Women’s Health: Putting a Halt on Gaining Weight Over 40

There is no ‘magic bullet diet’ for losing weight quickly that is healthy and can be maintained. In fact, diets in general don’t work; however, having healthy behaviors (diet and physical activity) can promote weight loss, and are easier to maintain than restrictive diets. 

Get Moving with Cycling

For some people who live close enough to their workplace, cycling is a quick and physically active way to commute to work. It can be a great way to build physical activity into a daily routine. But, for people who can’t bike to work, there are still reasons to start cycling!

National Insurance Awareness

Monday, June 28, 2021 is National Insurance Awareness Day. Insurance tends to be one of those things that we don't think about until we need it, but knowing what your insurance covers and being aware of when and how you can use it is important.