News About Your Benefits

You might want to stand up for this: understanding the “sitting disease”

July 3, 2019

The good news:  we have jobs. The bad news: most of us do our work sitting on our rumps.  What’s the problem? All that sitting around is bad for our health.

May is mental health awareness month

May 1, 2019

This month, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is raising awareness about mental health. Learn why getting mental health treatment is important to our physical health, and read about one woman's effort to educate others about mental illness.

Going Green: What's in it for me?

April 3, 2019

Our environment is a key driver to good health, and we all can play a role in building a more sustainable environment. In doing so, we will be contributing to our own well-being.

Get your shut-eye

March 6, 2019

Research shows that not getting enough sleep, or getting poor-quality sleep, can be bad for your health. Learn how to make sleep a priority.
 

Matters of the heart

February 6, 2019

February is American Heart Month. Learn more about how you can evaluate your heart health.

I Resolve . . . to get to the dentist!

January 9, 2019

Have dental insurance, but are too afraid to get your covered routine cleanings and exams? Learn how to overcome your dental phobia so you can use your benefits you paid for—and to get the care you need!

Gratitude and your health

December 6, 2018

Developing an attitude of gratitude may take some effort, but the benefits of adopting such a mindset can be good for your health.

Changing direction

November 7, 2018

What we can do to avoid, delay and even revert type 2 diabetes.

Health plan and prescription checklist

January 10, 2018

Annual deductibles, coinsurance maximums, and out-of-pocket maximums reset on January 1 of each year, unless otherwise noted.

PPO? HMO? Point-of-service? HDHP? What does it all mean?

December 6, 2017

Whether you're new to the workplace or have been around for a few years, making sense of health insurance can be challenging. Once you learn more about how your health plan works, you'll have one less thing to worry about if you or your family members get sick.

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