Be a Wise Healthcare Consumer
Where Should I Go For Treatment: Doctor’s Office, Retail Clinic, Urgent Care Center, or Emergency Room?
It may be challenging to decide where to find medical treatment when you are ill or injured and think you may need to be seen immediately. Even illnesses or injuries that may seem minor may be determined by the urgent care physician to warrant emergency evaluation and result in a recommendation that you be transferred to the hospital’s emergency room for further treatment. Read More.
Five Years and Counting: Questions to Ask Before Retirement
As a new year rolls in, many people start thinking about retirement. At some point, however, you'll need to bring your retirement into focus. Ideally, that’s about five years before you hope to retire (if not sooner)—when retirement is close enough to know what you want it to look like, and yet far enough away there’s still time to hone your strategy to help meet those goals or alter your plans. Here are five questions to ask—and begin answering—before you start planning your retirement party.
The Right Care at the Right Time
Don’t waste time and money with unnecessary trips to the emergency room. Read tips on how to make a decision to go to an ER or call our 24/7 Nurseline or visit our online Symptom Checker.
Healthy Recipe of the Month
It's Cold Outside... Let's have Soup!
Working on weight management in 2009? Make a meal of soup. The high water content and low energy density make it naturally filling. Be careful! Soups that are cream-based are loaded with calories. Choose soups that have lean meat or beans along with veggies and broth. Soup is on! Learn how to prepare these easy and quick soups!