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Nutrition

A closer look at celiac disease and gluten sensitivity

What you need to know about celiac disease and gluten sensitivity If you and gluten just don’t “jive,” you can rRead Article >

Education

Education

Deductible Plan Glossary

Here are some common terms that can help you understand your deductible plan.Read Article >

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Exercise & Weight Loss

Play it safe

Exercise is good for you and your family, but you can injure yourself, and more than half of all sports injuries occur…Read Article >

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    Be healthy, inside and out

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    Chronic kidney disease

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    Celebrate salad during National Nutrition Month

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  • Couple walking dog at beach in the winter
    FEB 27, 2015

    Beating the winter blues

    Early winter, with its parties and presents, gets all the fun. But once the decorations come down, some people find themselves fighting a post-holiday funk — the festivities are over and the winter months still cloud the horizon. If you’re feeling down this time of year, try these 6 mood-boosting tips from Mason Turner, MD, assistant director of Regional Mental Health Services for The Permanente Medical Group in Northern California.   Remember a pleasant event or ima... Learn more >

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    Five things to do for your heart

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