While some people use the new year as a fresh start for fitness, winter can be a major roadblock for others. If you’ve put exercise on hold in exchange for some major couch time, you’re not alone.
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Children and parents expecting a regular visit to the doctor were surprised to see members of the Green Bay Gamblers hockey team handing out teddy bears of all shapes and sizes Monday morning.
Valentine’s Day is here. With so many hearts decorating stores, classrooms, and candy, you can’t help but think about them. Take some time to consider your heart and ways to improve your health this month and in months to come.
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Shopping for health insurance can feel overwhelming. Now that you’ve chosen WPS Health Insurance for your coverage needs, we want to make you feel right at home by sharing some tips and tricks for getting the most out of your health plan.
Everyone likes to receive a compliment, whether it’s for a new haircut, a dapper outfit, skills in listening, or a job well done. On Jan. 24, take advantage of the opportunity to participate in National Compliment Day by sharing congratulatory remarks with the people around you.
Do you know your copay from your coinsurance? How about the difference between your out-of-pocket limit and your deductible? There’s no doubt about it—health insurance is complicated. It has its own language and you can get lost if you aren’t aware of what the jargon means. Take some time to learn the lingo so you don’t panic when you have a question. Let’s walk through a few more common health insurance terms to help you understand your health coverage better.
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According to a recent Nielsen survey, some of the most common resolutions people set in the new year are about health and wellness.
Today we feature a guest blog post from Trevor McDonald, a writer and recovering addict living in San Diego, CA, who offers his unique perspective on drug and alcohol addiction and the challenges faced by those who are trying to keep alcohol out of their lives this summer.
Bullying is an issue kids have had to deal with since … well, practically forever. Many times, it goes something like this:
Every year, about 140,000 Americans are diagnosed with colorectal cancer and more than 50,000 people die from it every year. Because more than 90% of these cancers occur in people age 50 and older, it is highly recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that you get screened regularly once you hit age 50.