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Care received during services such as a yearly physical, checkups, screening tests, and immunizations for when you’re symptom-free and have no reason to believe you might be sick.Diagnostic Care
Care received when you have symptoms of an illness or injury or are being followed for a specific condition, or an ongoing or past medical issue and your doctor wants to diagnose or monitor the condition.
An apple a day...
We’ve all heard the saying, but did you know that eating fruits and vegetables daily can reduce your risk for cancer, heart disease, and stroke? Being a good source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals makes vegetables vital. And don’t be surprised if your kids say “no” to new foods. It could take up to ten tries for children to accept new foods. Check out our EatBetter GoalGetter app as a great way to track your nutrition.
Make going back to school fun and safe
It’s hard to believe, but kids will be returning to the classroom very soon. This can be a difficult transition for both kids and parents. Here are some tips to make it the best school year ever. You should also talk to kids about school safety to ease any concerns. Finally, balance studying with fun activities like sports and music.
Why you want to log in to Find a Doctor
When you log-in to our Find a Doctor tool through Member Central, you can get costs estimates for hundreds of common medical treatments based on your plan type in addition to searching nationwide for doctors, dentists, hospitals, and other healthcare providers. Find a Doctor also allows for comparing providers, viewing quality scores, and more. Log in or create an account now to find the provider that best meets your health care needs.
Preparing for flu season
Although it’s still beach weather, it’s not too early to think about scheduling your flu vaccination. Learn more about why they are important. It's also a great time to learn about what you can do to avoid the flu. Do you know what influenza is? Take this flu quiz to see how much you really know.
August is National Immunization Month
Are you up to date with your recommended vaccinations? Although children receive the majority of vaccinations, adults also need to stay up to date. Vaccinations are key to preventing disease. They can also limit the number of deaths and disabilities from infections. Take this quiz and test your immunization knowledge.