Now more than ever, it’s important to understand your health insurance and how it works. But Medicare can be confusing. We can help!
Using our online health care tools
We want to make it easy for you to get the health care and information you need, when you need it. That’s why we’ve created easy-to-use, online tools that can help you manage your health.
Exercise as medicine
If you have arthritis, you may by relying on pain medication to help relieve your symptoms. But you don’t always need medication to treat joint pain.
Do I still need a flu shot?
For months, the news has been focused on COVID-19, which means you’ve probably not been thinking about the flu.
Advance care planning
No matter your age, a medical crisis could leave you too sick to make your own health care choices.
Managing high blood pressure
High blood pressure can often lead to serious health problems, so the best way to protect yourself is to know the risks and make healthy changes.
Living with diabetes
Understanding what diabetes means for your health and the best ways to take care of yourself can make all the difference.
Caring for Kids
It’s important to help children adjust to the changes in daily life caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Resources in Your Community
Utilities, food, housing, transportation, child and elder care, medication, home improvement—help is near right where you live.
Staying Connected From Home
Now more than ever, it’s important to find ways to stay connected to your family, friends, and health care providers.
Food as Medicine
Healthy eating can prevent, treat, and reverse common medical conditions. It can even add years to your life!
Resolving Family Conflicts
Social isolation and stress can affect your family relationships. Learn how families can positively communicate, assign roles, and create routines that help your family to thrive.
Staying Active at Home
There is no better way to boost your mood and reduce stress than by staying active – and we have some at-home ideas for you.
How to Handle Stress
Everyone handles stress differently, and some methods of handling stress are more effective than others.