Health & Wellness
Whether you're sick or healthy, we're here with the resources, programs, and perks you need to be the best you can be.
Use care coordination, disease management, and health coaching for help managing your condition. You can also connect to resources for managing your disease or behavioral health condition.
What's My Risk?
Knowing your risk of serious problems like heart disease, diabetes, and other obesity-related diseases can help you prevent these problems in the future. Once you know your risk, you can focus on improving those areas of your health.
- Your Heart Score - Find your heart score and help prevent heart disease by focusing on what puts you at risk, like high blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, exercise, nutrition, weight-loss, and tobacco-use.
- Heart Disease and Stroke Risk - Calculate your 10-year risk of heart disease or stroke.
- Diabetes Risk - Find out your risk for type 2 diabetes, learn more about prediabetes, and start lowering your risk.
- Your Weight and Your Health Risk - Use BMI and waist circumference to see if you're at risk of developing obesity-associated diseases or conditions.
Staying up-to-date on your immunizations, or shots, and preventive care is an important part of protecting your health. Find schedules, guidelines, and resources for immunizations and prevention.
Nutrition and diet go hand in hand. Diet is what you feed your body, and nutrition is the nourishment, or benefit, that comes from the food.
Although diet can mean a structured plan, like Atkins or Jenny Craig, diet doesn’t just refer to these. We actually all have a diet.
Nutrition works the same way. We all need things from food, and we all have either good nutrition or poor nutrition.
- If you eat a balanced diet of grains, fruits, veggies, protein, and fats every day (with a few slips here and there), you have good nutrition.
- If you eat fast food at lunch everyday and order a pizza for dinner every night, you have poor nutrition.
The best part about nutrition and diet is, you’re in control. Making small changes can affect your health in a big way, and we have people to help.
Weight management is an important part of your overall health and wellness. You can reach and maintain a healthy weight by using nutrition and fitness together, and we can help.
We offer our members discounts at fitness and wellness centers in many locations. And we can connect you to resources that can help you be your best:
- Weight Management Strategies and Information
- Interested in Losing Weight? What You Need to Know
- Choosing a Safe and Successful Weight-Loss Program
- Help Your Child Stay at a Healthy Weight
- The Price of Inactivity
- No Time to Exercise? Top 10 Tips to Get More!
- CDC Resources on Physical Activity
- National Academy of Sports Medicine Workout Plans
- American Heart Association - Recommendations for Physical Activity in Adults
- US Preventive Services Task Force - Weight Loss to Prevent Obesity-Related Morbidity and Mortality in Adults
- AAP Institute for Healthy Childhood Weight: Algorithm for the Assessment and Management of Childhood Obesity in Patients 2 Years and Older
- World Gastroenterology Organisation - Global Guideline on Obesity