We all know Americans are eating and drinking too much added sugar. This habit can lead to weight gain and obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease. If you are concerned about what sugar is doing to your health, here’s information you’ll want to consider.
Vacation brings a nice break from daily routine. Unfortunately, the vacation mindset can influence us to take a break from healthy diet and exercise. And once the weight goes on, most people don’t work it off. Doctors say that these small weight increases can lead to
Summer brings many opportunities for outdoor fun! Warm days can include swimming, hiking, picnicking and playing ball. There are sightseeing vacations and backyard staycations. All of these good times are even better when we steer clear of accidents and illness. Before you head out the door, brush up on these safety tips to keep your summer safe and healthy.
Whether you’re running, playing basketball or going for a power walk, exercising in hot weather puts extra stress on your body. Follow these summer workout tips to help reduce your risk of serious, heat-related illness while staying in shape.
Whether you are cooking for just yourself or a larger group, planning meals is a good place to start improving your food choices. Taking the time to plan a healthy evening meal can help you avoid a less healthful "drive-through" dinner -- and save you money in the process.
February is American Heart Month, the national awareness campaign aimed at preventing cardiovascular disease. If your plan includes QCARE, your employees have access to our Heart Health program, with nationally accepted practices and personal support for hypertension (high blood pressure).