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Consumer-directed health plans typically offer reduced premium costs, in exchange for a higher deductible. Paired with a financial account to help pay for health care expenses, many consumer-directed health plans also provide incentives and tools to manage both health care decisions and the costs associated with them.
How much do you really know about weight loss?
Losing weight isn't a mystery. Focus on a balanced eating plan, stay satisfied with nutritious food, limit portion sizes, and get regular exercise. Use our BMI calculator to find a healthy weight for you. Need advice? Ask our nutritionist, trainer, health coach, or chef for tips.
Manage your child’s asthma so you can both breathe easier
As of yet, there is no cure for asthma. However, asthma can be controlled with prescription medications that may help to prevent or relieve symptoms, and by learning ways to manage episodes. Learn the four components of asthma treatment then create an asthma action plan for your child.
May is healthy vision month
Taking good care of your eyes is important. You can avoid long-term problems by simply staying healthy and scheduling regular checkups with your eye doctor. Take our eye quiz to see which statement is truth or misconception. Then check out our special savings on eyewear.
Spring cleaning for your medicine cabinet
Medications can be harmful to anyone they’re not prescribed for, including children and pets. Disposing of old and expired medications reduces the risk of accidents and overdoses. With spring fever in the air, now is a great time to put cleaning and managing your medicine cabinet to the top of your to-do list.
Play hard, stay safe this summer
With summer around the corner, remember these important safety tips when playing outdoors. If you’re in the sun, wear sunscreen and drink plenty of water. Ride a bike? Wear a helmet. Be smart in the water especially when doing activities like water tubing and boating. And if you’re in the woods, wear proper clothing and use bug-repellent to protect you from mosquitos and Lyme-bearing ticks.