Send out monthly e-blasts to help communicate to your employees the importance of keeping informed about new and important health topics.
To send an email blasts simply copy and paste the content for a month, place it into your employee email and attach the appropriate materials!
Each of us knows our body best – when we’re tired; getting a cold; or when something just doesn’t feel quite right. Even if everything feels fine, it’s good to see your doctor on a regular basis.
People who have diabetes have blood glucose (or sugar) levels that are above normal. It is a serious illness that can cause other health problems such as heart disease, blindness or kidney failure. It’s important to know the signs of diabetes and how to control your blood sugar.
The pink ribbon is a well-known symbol for the fight against breast cancer. Regular screenings like mammograms, self-exams and healthy lifestyle habits go a long way in helping keep breast cancer from becoming a problem in women’s lives.
Do you know your cholesterol numbers?. That’s because one in six adult Americans has high blood cholesterol. * Fortunately, your lifestyle choices can help, such as what you eat and how often you exercise.
Immunizations aren’t just for kids. Adults need them, too. They protect you from things like chicken pox and the flu. Preventive care exams are also very important. They can help you stay well, catch problems early on and may save your life.
Before catching some rays, it’s important to protect yourself against skin cancer – the most common form of cancer in the U.S. Simple things like wearing sunscreen and protective clothing can help prevent skin cancer.
…Is through healthy blood vessels, lungs and a strong body.
Currently, one in five American men has heart disease, and three in four are overweight.* Regular checkups, exercise and screenings can help men avoid serious heart conditions.
We’re talking about blood pressure. One in three U.S. adults has high blood pressure.* In almost every case, the cause is unknown.** But, what is known, is that you can do something about it.
…is to lower your chances of getting cancer.
You can do it! Simple things like eating healthy and exercising can help. Don’t be one of the hundreds of thousands of people who die every year from cancer.
Eating right is one of the keys to a healthier lifestyle. By having balanced nutritious meals, you may reduce the likelihood of certain long-term (chronic) conditions and types of cancer.*