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02/09/19

  12:58:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 158 words,  
Categories: Wellness, Preventive care, Primary care, MedBen WellLiving

Primary Care Emphasis Pays Dividends

A new JAMA Internal Medicine study has something in common with the MedBen WellLiving program –both find that primary care serves a valuable purpose in promoting preventive care and taking the proper measures to stay healthy. As reported by Healthcare… more »

02/07/19

  04:47:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 248 words,  
Categories: Announcements, Wellness, MedBen Employees, Mental Health, MedBen WellLiving, enCompass

MedBen Employees "Encompass" Total Health (and Time Off)

Like many of our clients, MedBen uses the WellLiving program to promote better physical health companywide. But because many of our staff fancy themselves overachievers, we've upped the ante with "enCompass" – a total wellness package to improve mind… more »

12/30/18

  05:06:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 195 words,  
Categories: Wellness, Cancer, Preventive care, MedBen WellLiving

Study: Following Colonoscopy Guidelines Reduces Cancer Risk, Death

Newly released research suggests that timely colon cancer screenings offer long-term benefits. As reported by UPI, the study found that men and women whose first colonoscopy detected no evidence of cancer had a 46% lower risk of getting a cancer… more »

12/16/18

  11:07:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 218 words,  
Categories: Wellness, Diabetes, Primary care, MedBen WellLiving

Holidays Pose Challenge for Managing Diabetes

Eating healthy during the holidays is hard enough for most people... but for individuals with diabetes, it can be even more difficult. The American Diabetes Association (via HealthDay) offers these tips: Focus on timing. If your meal will be later… more »

09/23/18

  04:31:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 193 words,  
Categories: Wellness, Heart, Specialty Care, MedBen WellLiving

Specialty Care Helps Reduce Risk of Heart-Related Deaths

By taking a proactive approach to preventive care, Americans can greatly reduce the incidence of heart disease and stroke and save billions of dollars while doing so. New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveals that in… more »