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    Spring Allergy Prevention Tips


    It's spring! We made it through snowstorms and below- freezing weather (in some parts of the country), and several bouts of flu. While the warm, breezy spring days are right around the corner, so are seasonal allergies. And though you’ve hoped to leave symptoms such as coughing, itchy eyes, a runny nose and a sore throat behind, sometimes seasonal allergies are unpreventable. But, never fear! You can take steps to make your symptoms a little more manageable.   Know what triggers … Read MoreSpring Allergy Prevention Tips

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    Employee Assistance Program Open to All


    Our thoughts and prayers are with those impacted by the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County, Florida. As a subsidiary of Aetna, we stand with our leadership to provide resources to those who may need it most at this difficult time. To provide support to those affected, Aetna is offering their Resources for Living resources at no cost for any member of the public who may need support coping with this act of violence. You can contact Aetna Resources for Living at 1. … Read MoreEmployee Assistance Program Open to All

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    Creating and sticking to an exercise plan


    As the holidays come to a close and the New Year starts, a lot of folks make it their resolution to get into shape. In fact, 21.4 percent of people make it their resolution to get fit. For many, this means getting into a workout groove and creating an exercise plan. However, it can be hard to make it stick. It happens to everyone—you get a gym membership and are really committed to going every day for the first week. Then the second week you might not go as often, and after that you might … Read MoreCreating and sticking to an exercise plan

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