Family history: 6 questions to ask your family during the holidays

Thanksgiving and Christmas will be very different this year. The familiar sights of holiday traffic, crowded airports and families gathered around the table will be replaced with smaller household gatherings and virtual dinners. Last week, more than 1 million cases of COVID-19 were reported throughout the U.S., prompting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention … Continue reading Family history: 6 questions to ask your family during the holidays

Colorectal cancer: How and when to get screened

Did you know that colorectal cancer is the third most common form of cancer for both men and women? Though colon cancer and rectal cancer are oftentimes very treatable if caught in the earliest stages, it is extremely important for us all to be knowledgeable of the associated cancer symptoms, signs, risk factors and screening guidelines. Follow along to … Continue reading Colorectal cancer: How and when to get screened

2020 gift guide: Virtual gift ideas for everyone on your Christmas list

Stressed about figuring out what to get everyone on your list this Christmas? Gift giving is hard enough as it is, but in true 2020 fashion, this holiday season is shaping up to be a whole new kind of challenge.   Whether you’re spending the holidays away from family, trying to avoid shopping in person or simply looking for thoughtful ways to brighten a loved one’s day, we have … Continue reading 2020 gift guide: Virtual gift ideas for everyone on your Christmas list

6 ways to manage your diabetes medication costs

A diabetes diagnosis often comes with a costly list of supplies and medications to keep up with. Even before COVID-19, many wrestled with paying for insulin, oral medications or related supplies such as test strips, lancets, syringes and glucose tablets.  Today, according to the American Diabetes Association, 1 in 4 are self-rationing medications, and 3 … Continue reading 6 ways to manage your diabetes medication costs

Retired state trooper grateful for life after two emergency surgeries

As a retired state trooper, public safety officer and police officer — and a self-described “fitness buff” — Shannon Cloe is no stranger to tests of physical endurance. So, when exercises that were once easy become strangely difficult, it was a clue that something was amiss. “I have a tendency to push myself more than … Continue reading Retired state trooper grateful for life after two emergency surgeries