Living Well

Good health is vital to balancing the demands of work, home, school, church and community. You don’t have to make sweeping changes overnight to start becoming a healthier version of yourself. Learning something new and adjusting what you’re already doing can offer immediate rewards and long-term benefits. We hope you find our wellness tips helpful.

  • Diabetes and Eye Care

    MAR 19, 2021

    People with uncontrolled type 1 or type 2 diabetes are at increased risk of eye complications and conditions that may lead to blindness.

  • Put Sleep Problems to Rest

    MAR 10, 2021

    Sleep apnea is a type of sleep disorder characterized by pauses in breathing during sleep. Forty percent of adults sleep less than 7 hours each weeknight, and 74 percent of adults experience sleeping problems a few nights a week.

  • 5 Quick Ways to Help Your Heart Today

    MAR 08, 2021

    Control your heart disease risk factors right now, and you can delay its arrival by as long as 14 years or prevent heart problems altogether.

  • Know Your Risk for Cervical Cancer

    MAR 05, 2021

    Cervical cancer most commonly occurs in women over the age of 30 and is most often associated with long-term human papilloma virus (HPV) infection.

  • Turn off screen time for better health

    MAR 03, 2021

    You’re on your computer and phone all day for work. You check social media accounts and watch Youtube videos and rely on your devices for news alerts, weather, games and more. If you’re like the average American, you’re probably on your phone for just under three hours a day – every day!

  • 7 Steps to a Longer (and More Fulfilling) Life

    MAR 02, 2021

    If you’re thinking about ways to stay feeling younger, you’re not alone. Although you can’t turn back the hands of time, you can take some practical steps to keep ticking longer than the expected 78.7 years.