In the past, I’ve spoken highly of staying late at the office, meticulously planning your diet, and ensuring you’re getting in your required exercise. Though these are all things we should keep up with the majority of the time, I recently began to think otherwise. Are they really that important in the grand scheme of things?
Ah, the Fourth of July. I can almost smell the roaring grills and see the patriotic parade floats already. But as we all know, the Fourth of July is never complete without the vibrant explosions of red, white, and blue fireworks in the sky followed by the monstrous booms that echo into the night.
It used to be there was only one option available if you lost your job-based health insurance: get COBRA continuation coverage. Now, if you find yourself without the health insurance benefits from a job, you also have other options: get an individual plan on or off the Marketplace.
The time of year when big, burly men wear pink is here yet again! October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and most professional sports teams, businesses, schools, and communities have some form of a “show your support” day that encourages people of both genders to wear pink.
Choosing a health insurance plan that is right for you can be difficult, especially if you’re not sure what you’re looking for. WPS offers a variety of ways for you to contact us with your questions. One of our exciting new features is the online Live Chat option.
When taking on any new behavioral change, challenges are expected. I feel one of the most important keys to keeping these challenges from crippling your goals is to surround yourself with support. Support can come in many forms, all of which can be effective tools to your success if used appropriately.
Children and parents expecting a regular visit to the doctor were surprised to see members of the Green Bay Gamblers hockey team handing out teddy bears of all shapes and sizes Monday morning.
World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day, May 8, marks more than 150 years of Red Cross humanitarian efforts around the globe. May 8 is the birthday of International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement founder, Henry Dunant and it is on this day that we recognize the local and global impact of the Red Cross mission. Here in the U.S., the American Red Cross has been helping people in communities large and small for more than 130 years.