Improving Quality Measures with Screening and Immunization Clinics

By |June 14th, 2017|

We all have a natural inclination to avoid bad news. The problem for us in the healthcare industry is that every time we ask someone to think about screenings for disease and immunizations, it makes people think of bad news. What we know, that many healthcare consumers do not take into account, is that prevention […]

Cognitive Computing Set to Help People Manage their Health

By |June 14th, 2017|

Cognitive Computing Set to Help People Manage their Health

You may have at some point heard about the ten year research and development that resulted in the IBM and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Watson technology. If you haven’t, Watson is an artificial intelligence (or AI) cognitive computing machine. The year 2015 saw the introduction of IBM’s Watson […]

5 Ways to Avoid Running Related Injuries

By |February 2nd, 2017|

For runners, overall goals may involve speed, distance, race participation, or even beginning a running regimen for the very first time. Regardless of your running-related goals, be sure to spend some time in ensuring that an injury doesn’t knock you out of the running before you even get started properly.

Here are 5 Ways to Avoid […]

9 Health Tips as the Weather Cools Off

By |September 27th, 2016|

As the heat of the summer begins to fade, it is time to start preparing for the cooler weather. Do not let the healthy progress you made during the summer fade with the heat. These healthy tips are designed to help you stay in shape as the weather cools off for the rest of the […]

Healthy Aging: Not as Hard as it Sounds

By |September 12th, 2016|

It’s a statistical fact that seniors make up the majority of Americans. Because the elderly have health problems requiring regular doctor visits, home health care as well as a window-sill full of medicine bottles, health care is built around them. Because aging is being highlighted, exercise programs are being tailored to seniors. Whole industries from […]

6 Indicators Your Body Needs More Water

By |August 19th, 2016|

Water is indeed the most important ingredient you can put in your body.  The benefits to drinking plenty of water are too great to be ignored.  From renewed energy, to proper organ function, to aiding in weight loss, consuming your recommended water intake is simply the optimal choice for maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

With that […]

Exercising: Does Posture Really Matter?

By |August 9th, 2016|

Good posture is important for a number of reasons. In fact, it is just as important as eating the right foods, exercising and making sure you get a good night’s sleep. Having great posture can give you more energy and improve your overall level of fitness.

Just 15 minutes of poor posture can make a huge […]

Why You Should Complete an HRA: Unlocking the Benefits of Risk Awareness

By |July 27th, 2016|

With the rapid increase in the medical and social technology of the health care industry, there is greater individual pull toward personalized medical treatment and risk prevention. Members are encouraged to take a more proactive, assertive role in their individual health. The growing popularity of a health risk assessment is widely heard, but unfortunately, not […]

Five Tips to Stay Healthy this Summer

By |July 18th, 2016|

Summertime brings out a whole new series of activities and functions for a lot of people, especially the ones that have to deal with the wintertime doldrums for a few months ever year. Picnics, barbecues, softball games, golf, trips to the beach, and more are on the docket for many American families when the summer […]

5 Unordinary Men’s Health Tips

By |June 9th, 2016|

Not Your Ordinary Men’s Health Tips

June is men’s health month, and we want to point out a few things that could be keeping your health down. Sure, you know you shouldn’t be eating Mcdonald’s every day, and you know you should be staying active, but these aren’t the only components in the overall health equation. […]