Feeling it in your Bones? Keep ‘em Healthy Then!
As we know, the older you are, the more likely you are at risk for bone fractures. Bones lose much of their density, a condition known as osteoporosis, which weakens bones, making them more susceptible to unexpected fractures.
I’m Healthy – What Individual Plan is Right for Me?
Even if you are healthy and see a doctor infrequently, having a health plan is still important as a safety net against life’s unexpected events (or accidents) that can cost thousands of dollars in medical bills. But with a health plan, depending on whether you’ve met your out-of-pocket maximum and annual deductible (if applicable), the amount you pay is a relatively small percentage.
Transition to Medicare
Transitioning to a Medicare Plan? We’ve Got Your MyCare Plan Ready!
If you need to choose a Medicare plan soon, WHA has the plan to make that decision easier by helping you keep the same doctors and hospitals you know and trust.
Here's Your Shot(s) for Staying Healthy This Season
Here’s Your Shot(s) for Staying Healthy This Season
With colder weather comes an uptick in respiratory illnesses, such as colds and flu. At the same time, there’s an updated COVID-19 booster vaccine also available (details at CDC’s website on the latest).
Lower Your Cancer Risk Through Screenings
Lower Your Cancer Risk through Screenings
September is National Prostate Awareness Month. A good time for WHA to encourage members (men in particular) to take time to lower their risk of cancer by scheduling your routine checkup for preventive exams and cancer screenings.
Activate Advantage Referral When You Need to a Specialist
How to use Advantage Referral in 3 steps:
Let’s say you’re at your checkup and your doctor recommends you see a Specialist. So, what now? As a member, you can take advantage of what we call, Advantage Referral.
What Your College-bound Student Should Know about Healthcare
Amid all the buying, packing, and stressing to get your college student launched this fall, here’s a useful Health Checklist to get them ready and able to access medical care if they need it while at school.
How to Get the Most of Your Checkup
Checkup Coming Up? Here’s How to Make the Most of those Minutes with your Doctor
Going to a regular check up with your doctor is vital to staying healthy. Take time to prepare to ensure you make the most that time so you don’t feel rushed or forget something important to ask. Below are some simple tips to get the most out of your checkup, also referred to as a preventive or wellness visit.
Nutritional Counseling for Weight Management
In a recent article in Advantage Magazine, we asked one of our registered dieticians at Dignity Health to talk about reasons to see nutritionist and what to expect during the visit. Read the entire article: Doc Talk feature on How a Nutritionist Helps Smart Eating.
We all know that it’s important to eat healthy, but how do you know when your diet could use a makeover, or how and when you eat can contribute to a developing health condition?
Take Time for a Mental Health Checkup
As we recognize May as Mental Health Awareness Month, take advantage of the benefits in your WHA health plan that can help your mental state of mind.
Good Stress or Bad? Know the Difference
Good Stress or Bad? Know the Difference
Stress is a normal part of everyday life. But while good stress (called, eustress) pushes us to strive and achieve, bad stress—particularly when it’s severe and/or lasts a long time—is highly destructive to our health.
Easing back pain with WHA’s newest no-cost program, Kaia Health
When you have back pain, you want relief – fast. But so often, the quickest action is to get over-the-counter or prescription pain medication. But there are other ways to get relief, with the help of WHA’s newest program, Kaia Health, available to employer group plan members*.
Truhearing for MA members
If you’re feeling left out of conversations, it may be time for a hearing exam
You may not even know you’ve suffered hearing loss until your friends and family point out that they have to keep repeating themselves. Or, perhaps your spouse complains that the TV is too loud or you simply cannot hear conversations in a social situation, like a crowded restaurant or bar.
Program Brings Help for Members with High Blood Pressure
Amazingly, about half of adults in America have high blood pressure, according to the American Heart Association. And, high blood pressure can lead to heart disease, if left untreated.
Healthy Eating Never Tasted So Good
If you are like many of us, life seems to revolve around the kitchen. It’s where we cook and connect with friends and family. So, how do you make it a place where you consistently prepare meals for a healthy lifestyle?
Make 2022 A Wellness Revolution!
You Say You Want a Wellness Revolution? Well, You Know...Make it a Personal One!
With 2022 barely here, start the year off with a personal wellness revolution, with the help from your WHA health plan and our partners! Take advantage of these programs to kick start yours with these suggestions.