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If you have a home, you probably spend a good amount of time cleaning it. What if you spent that time not only cleaning your house, but cleaning up your health too?
If you do your chores with a few fitness upgrades, you could burn extra calories and feel great when you’re done.
This update is part of a Brown & Brown series summarizing new guidance issued in connection with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also known as the ACA or Health Care Reform), as well as other federal laws impacting employer-provided health benefits. We are joining forces with our business partner, the law firm of Miller Johnson, to provide these updates to you.
The newsletter is intended to provide accurate and authoritative information on legislative and market news. It is distributed with the understanding that Brown & Brown is not rendering tax or legal advice. Employers should consult their attorneys or tax advisors for specific compliance information and assistance.
Getting started with an exercise plan is a big step toward a healthier life. But, sticking with that exercise program can be tough when you’re not seeing results as quickly as you want. When many exercise plans promise fast, dramatic results, being patient can be frustrating.
Some people may find that they work hard but aren’t seeing weight loss or feel like they aren’t getting as fit as they want. This can lead to exercise burnout and quitting. Don’t give up! Find ways to push through the tough times. If you keep it up, the benefits of exercise are worth the effort.
On Monday September 17th Cigna and Express Scripts announced the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice gave approval for their proposed merger. On March 8th, Cigna announced it will pay $52 billion to acquire Express Scripts Holding, the largest pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) in the country. The combined company would be named Cigna and would be based in Bloomfield, CT., where Cigna has its headquarters. Last month shareholders of both companies voted to go ahead with the deal.
When it comes to exercise, any amount is better than none. The National Institutes of Health recommends at least 30 minutes a day most days of the week. But, this amount is hard for many people to fit into their day. What if you could get healthier with less exercise? Some research suggests that even a few minutes of exercise each day is helpful.
Millions of people have surgery every year. No matter what your reason is for having surgery, be sure you ask your surgeon these questions in advance:
Many doctors recommend exercise to help with weight loss, strength and well-being. But, an exercise program may do even more than that. Research shows that exercise can help with certain health conditions. In fact, many people are now getting a “prescription” for exercise from their doctor.
42.8 million American adults experience mental illness each year. 5.7 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s dementia.