Ready to improve your health? Here are seven small changes that can lead to big results, especially when you take each one at your own pace.
Running can lower your risk of high blood pressure and stroke. It can also improve mental health and prevent weight gain. If you already run for exercise, consider taking the next step by taking part in a 5K, 10K or marathon.
It isn’t easy to quit smoking, but millions of people have quit. You can, too. Knowing what to expect while quitting can help you succeed.
A Primary Care Physician (PCP) can act as your personal healthcare adviser. And QualChoice is working to help PCPs improve healthcare in Arkansas.
From improving your health to elevating your mood, there’s a lot to love about cold-weather workouts!
We’re making it easier to read your invoice! We’ve redesigned our individual invoices to be cleaner and more streamlined. You’ll start receiving the new format with your March statement.
If someone in your home has the flu, take these measures to avoid getting it yourself!
Many people who have high blood pressure don’t know they have it. Left untreated, high blood pressure can lead to heart disease, which kills around 2200 people in the U.S. each day.
Did you know that quitting smoking can help most of the major parts of your body -- from your brain to your DNA? Here’s what’s affected and how.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires everyone to have health insurance. You must report it on your 2017 federal tax return. Here are some tips on which forms you’ll need.