Q&A with Dr. Di Thompson: Dealing with stress in our everyday lives
August 29, 2017

Stress is unavoidably unavoidable. Even the most Zen yogis experience stress in their lives, and for everyday people, stress is something with which we have to learn to live. Just because we can’t always escape stressful situations or stressful time

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Say goodbye to smoking with these 6 tips
August 16, 2017

To stop smoking is no easy task. The urge to smoke and the cravings associated with tobacco can be extremely strong.

If you’re trying to cut down or stop smoking completely, here are six tips to help you resist the urge and prepare for what is ahead.

1. Avoid triggers

Most smokers have s

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5 ways to ace back-to-school season
August 15, 2017

As the summer months wind down, the time of early morning wake up calls, sack lunches and geometry homework spread across the kitchen table draws near.

Getting in the back-to-school rhythm takes effort from both students and parents, and starting off on the right foot in the new school year can mak

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From stationary to active: 5 tips to get you moving
August 13, 2017

Do you find it difficult at times to get moving and stay active? Whether you’ve always enjoyed a nap more than a jog, or you’re just in an activity funk and need a reboot, we’ve all been there.

The American Heart Association recommends 30 minutes of moderate activity five times per week for adults.

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Make happiness a priority with these three strategies
August 8, 2017

Happiness is a combination of how satisfied you are with your life and how good you feel on a day-to-day basis, according to research compiled by Happify. While it varies from person to person, approximately 40 percent of happiness is controlled by your thoughts, actions and behaviors, meaning we ar

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Healthy skin is in! A dermatologist’s tips for proper skin health this summer
August 8, 2017

Between running the kids around to what seems like endless activities, planning family vacations and finding time to stay on top of our own lives, summer sometimes feel like anything but a break.

If you and your family a

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Bright Health teams up with Centura Health to bring nutritional, mindfulness expertise to you
August 3, 2017

This summer and fall, Bright Health is hitting the streets! We’re packing up some of our valuable health resources and fun goodie bag treats and taking to the open road on our way to Colorado Springs, Summit County and around the Denver metro area. We sure hope you’ll join us!

**Where are we going?

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Q&A with Christine Gilroy: the 411 on seasonal allergies
June 20, 2017

Picture this: you and your family plan a camping trip in the Colorado Front Range on a sunny, summer day. The views are unparalleled, the weather is sublime, but you can barely enjoy it through your allergy fog. Instead, you’re focused on your throbbing head, itchy eyes and scratchy throat.

It’s im

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Five reasons to make every day ‘Bike to Work Day
June 13, 2017

Are you participating in Bike to Work Day  this year? More than 6,400 Coloradans have pledged to cycle to work June 28 and it’s easy to see why—commuting on two wheels offers a variety of benefits from boosting self-confidence to cutting gas costs.

Since there is no bette

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