All three Stellis Health clinic locations will open later on Friday, January 31 for company-wide staff recognition and training. Clinic hours will begin at 9:00 a.m.
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Each year, thousands of people decide to make a fresh start after the holidays.You might make a goal to save money, be kinder, spend more time with family, or lose weight.This year, you might decide to make your health a priority.As you focus on your health, you reduce your risk of certain disease, injuries, and illness.
Consider the following New Year ‘s resolutions when making your goals for the upcoming year, and reap the benefits of better health as a result.
To our seniors and Medicare Enrollees We understand that the recent changes to Medicare and the number of new health insurance companies have created uncertainty for many Minnesotans, particularly our…
Have you had your flu shot yet? Are you perhaps worried about some myths you have heard concerning flu shots and influenza? Here are some facts about flu shots that everyone should know.
- Influenza Is a Serious Illness
Influenza, or flu, can incapacitate some people for a few days but can become a deadly disease for people with weakened immune systems. Last winter, around 80,000 people died in the U.S. from complications related to the flu.
People with the flu commonly suffer from respiratory problems. They may have a cough with or without discharge. More serious breathing difficulties can develop. (more…)
Approximately 22 million missed school days each year are attributed to contagious illness reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. From the flu to stomach bugs, pink eye, or the common cold, your child is exposed to a variety of bacterial infections and viruses while trying to learn and grow at school.
As a parent, you might feel helpless against protecting your child from these and other common illnesses. Fortunately, you can reduce the chances of your child getting sick at school and spreading their illness to the rest of the family. Here are a few things to try.
Half of all adults over age 50 are at risk of breaking a bone.—keep your bones strong with calcium, protein and vitamin D. We all need at least 1000 mg…