Most of us realize that the ability to stay healthy at the office can be challenging at times. From weathering the co-worker who brings their latest bout of flu to work with them, to piling on the pounds as you “wine & dine” clients, to making stressful deadlines and dealing with toxic co-workers, you feel lucky if you can just make it home alive at night. But somehow you do.
In 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson first proclaimed February as National Heart Month. The purpose was to draw attention to the importance of heart health as heart disease takes a heavy toll on American life every year. This year, President Barack Obama made the same proclamation as we all strive to be more aware of what steps to take to maintain a healthier heart.
In honor of Black History Month, US Family Health Plan salutes the Tuskegee Airmen for their exceptional bravery and achievements during World War II.
Nothing says summer like great family trips to the lake, the pool and the beach! These summer trips make us recall fun, laughter, the smell of the beach, laying back with a great book, and just feeling the warm sun caress your face. They are about building sand castles on the beach, fishing, and other great family activities.
Diabetes is a disease the affects many people. It’s also a disease that continues to grow among the U.S. population. Spend a little time this November learning about diabetes. USFHP wants you to be aware of the symptoms and signs of the disease, but also how to prevent it!
Topics: Healthy Living