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Live Well

Living well is being well. We think good health happens around the clock, not just in a doctor’s office. So do the 4.4 million of our members who used our online and mobile tools to manage their health anytime, anywhere.

Here are some tips and inspiration we’ve put together for you:

Featured Articles

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Are e-cigarettes a safe way to kick the habit?

Shocked to see everyone from celebrities to news show pundits lighting up on the air recently? Not too long ago, it seemed…Read Article >

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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 >

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Child safety: Preventing drowning

Did you know? An infant or child can drown in as little as one inch (2.5 cm) of water or another type…Read Article >

Latest Articles

  • SEP 26, 2018

    Volunteer! It’s Good for Your Physical and Mental Health

    While you already know volunteering can be a great benefit to your community, did you know those same volunteer activities can also improve your health and well-being? ... Learn more >

  • SEP 26, 2018

    How to Stay Active at Work, Even with a Desk Job

    If you’re desk-bound at work, it’s probably tough to get in enough movement throughout the day. ... Learn more >

  • SEP 26, 2018

    Four Things You Can Do to Reduce Stress and Improve Happiness

    By Dr. Suzanne Deschamps, a family medicine physician with Kaiser Permanente Northwest in Salem, Ore. ... Learn more >

  • A teenager deep in thought sits in a park.
    SEP 24, 2018

    Confronting teen depression in Georgia

    Whether elated or upset, teens tend to experience a wide range of emotions. But if the teen you love seems stuck in a period of prolonged sadness, irritation, or anger, it may be time to consider if they’re depressed. ... Learn more >

    TOPICSDepressionGeorgiamental healthteen health

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    SEP 24, 2018

    Try these 4 strategies to help manage anxiety

    An estimated 40 million American adults suffer from anxiety disorders, the most common psychiatric illnesses. Although anxiety disorders generally can be treated, only about 1 in 3 sufferers receives treatment.1 ... Learn more >

    TOPICSanxiety disordersmental healthStress ManagementWomen's Health