We hear so much every day about healthy living, but how many of us are actually making consistent choices that will benefit our health? Maintaining a healthy weight, being fit, and making wise nutrition choices all go a long way in living longer and improving your quality of life. It seems like every day, however, the experts change their minds about which foods are best for you, how much exercise is enough and which are the most effective ways to exercise. The good news is, we can help. Did you know that CDPHP offers wellness workshops, online health assessment tools, videos and animations on specific health-topics, a symptom checker and more?
Visit here often for more suggestions how to practice healthy habits in your already hectic life. We know that sometimes life can get in the way of your commitment to healthy eating and exercising, and we’re here to give you some easy life hacks that you can use to get on track and stay there, even if you occasionally fall off course.
CDPHP® member Kim Tomlinson is a busy woman. Like many people, squeezing a workout into a jam-packed schedule can be a tough task. Thankfully, she recently discovered an easy and convenient way to break a sweat without breaking the bank. continue reading →
This particular phone call was like any other you might receive from your health insurance company reminding you to see your doctor for an annual checkup, get your flu shot, your mammogram, etc. continue reading →
There’s no denying the harmful effects of smoking tobacco. It damages almost every organ in the body and causes several diseases, including cancer, heart disease, stroke, and diabetes (to name a few). In fact, tobacco use is the single greatest preventable cause of disease and premature death in not only the U.S., but in the world.continue reading →
I remember preparing to head off to college like it was yesterday. Choosing my classes, shopping for the perfect bedding set, and all the while hoping I had made the right decision when I changed my mind at the last minute and ended up at Siena College instead of Marist (side note: It was one of the best choices I’ve ever made!). continue reading →