Archive for the ‘Health Risk Management’ Category

Tips for a Healthy School Year

Posted on: August 24th, 2017 by carepro

The busy weeks before the first day of school are upon us and the CarePro team wants to make sure your family is prepared for a healthy school year! Many parents are squishing in a quick visit to the doctor for their children between shopping for school supplies and clothes. All while also trying to […]

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Beat the (Extreme) Heat!

Posted on: July 18th, 2017 by Emily LeGrand

The team at CarePro Health Services cares deeply about you and your family’s health and wellness. We also want you to stay safe this summer and enjoy the outdoors. Summer heat can be dangerous. What health officials call “extreme heat” occurs when the temperature reaches excessively high levels or when the combination of heat and […]

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How CarePro Pharmacy Can Help This Flu Season

Posted on: December 20th, 2016 by CarePro Blogger

With colder temperatures and snowy days, winter can bring plenty of problems including an increase in illness. Although the 2015-2016 flu season was milder than years past, it still can cause many complications for adults 50 years or older as well as those with a history of certain illnesses. To help you combat this risk, […]

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True or False: Workplace Wellness Can Benefit Your Company?

Posted on: December 13th, 2016 by CarePro Blogger

For employers, keeping your workplace productive is the backbone of your company. It ensures profit, quality and improves your reputation. To get the most out of your employees, however, you must also invest in their well-being. By utilizing a workplace wellness program, you can help enhance health and productivity as well as improve morale. So […]

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One Out of Every Four Older Americans Are Hospitalized for a Fall—Don’t Be One Of Them

Posted on: October 19th, 2016 by CarePro Blogger

Did you know that every 11 seconds, an Older American is admitted to the hospital due to a fall? It’s the number-one cause of injury for those older than 65, and can lead to hip fractures, traumatic brain injuries and broken bones. Furthermore, it carries a hefty price tag—the CDC estimates that the average cost […]

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8 Ways to Lower Your Risk of Breast Cancer

Posted on: October 5th, 2016 by CarePro Blogger

    Approximately one out of every eight women will develop invasive breast cancer during her life. While there is no way to completely eliminate your chances of getting cancer, there are some things women can do to decrease their risk: Breastfeed. We’ve all heard that “breast is best” for baby, but it has added […]

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10 Ways to Eat Good and Feel Good for World Health Day

Posted on: April 6th, 2016 by CarePro Blogger

10 Ways to Eat Good and Feel Good for World Health Day If your body’s an engine, what fuel are you choosing to keep it roaring? April 7 is World Health Day, see how many of the following tweaks you can make to your diet to treat your body right: Begin the day with savory, not […]

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Most Common Stressors and How to Deal With Them

Posted on: April 6th, 2016 by CarePro Blogger

Most Common Stressors and How to Deal With Them Chest pains, headaches, upset stomach, foggy thoughts. It’s not a heart attack – it’s stress. In high doses, stress ravages your body like any other serious health condition. Our team at CarePro has identified a few major sources of anxiety and ways to ease the tension: […]

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3 Daily Tips for Heart Health

Posted on: February 23rd, 2015 by CarePro Blogger

To wrap up National Heart month, we’d like to share this short list of tips to care for your heart every day: 1. Get aerobic exercise. Walk, run, bike or swim- it’s all good for your heart. Aerobic exercise benefits you by maximizing the amount of oxygen in your blood and increasing blood flow to you […]

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Folic Acid- What, Why and How

Posted on: December 14th, 2014 by CarePro Blogger

Folic acid is famous for its benefits to babies in the womb- it helps prevent many birth defects, like spina bifida (incomplete formation of the spine). What you may not know is that folic acid is important for all people to take, regardless of sex or age. Folic acid is a B vitamin, and it […]

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