Monthly Archives: March 2012

UHC Advice: Managing Job Stress

You can reduce some job stress by learning how to manage your time and your job duties. Think about the kinds of events that trigger stress for you at work. Then you can focus on one or two things you … Continue reading

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UHC Advice: Foods that may help to keep your Cholesterol in Check

Heart-healthy foods are essential to a heart-healthy diet. If you want to eat a better diet but are not sure what foods you should buy, check out this kitchen essentials guide. From fruits and vegetables to whole grain goodness, learn … Continue reading

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Take the UHC Monthly Poll

Have you made small changes to your eating habits that made a difference? What has worked best for you?  Click here to vote!

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UHC Advice: 6 reliable sites for cancer information

Cancer is a complex disease. And, when you’re researching it online, just any site won’t do. You need information you can trust.  Click here to see UHC’s list of six reliable sites for cancer information.

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Free UHC Online Webinar: Simple Ways to Slash and Burn 100 Calories a Day

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD March 13 –  11:30 a.m. (CT) Register now | Speaker biography If you are looking for lasting and effective weight loss – look no further. Forget about restrictive dieting, the most successful way to lose weight … Continue reading

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UHC Advice: Nutrition trends: How do you stack up?

About 75 percent of U.S. adults say they’re satisfied with the way they eat. How about you? Do you have good reason to feel that way?  Click here to read a few of the findings from a 2011 national survey … Continue reading

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UHC Advice: Your family health history: Trace it, share it — act on it

Trying to plant the seeds of better health? Take time to explore your family tree from the roots up.  You may find that certain health conditions run in the family. For instance, you might discover a pattern of heart disease, … Continue reading

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Oatmeal Casserole

Click here for this delicious and nutritious recipe that you can customize to your own taste!

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Being Healthy on a Budget

Any time is a good time to save money, be healthy, and be informed. Making healthy choices can help prevent injury, disease, and disability. Stay healthy on the cheap by including smart choices that are low cost or free. Many … Continue reading

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Prevent Child Maltreatment

Safe, stable, and nurturing relationships between children and adults are a buffer against maltreatment and other adverse exposures occurring during childhood that compromise long-term health. Click here to learn more.

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