November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month - lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths for men and women in the US.

Click HERE to download a fact sheet on lung health from NEBGH's Medical Director, Dr. Mark Cunningham-Hill.

National Family Caregivers Month is a time to honor family caregivers across the country. This year's theme is Caregiving Around the Clock, recognizing challenges that family caregivers face and how they manage them day and night.

American Diabetes Month is a chance to raise awareness about diabetes risk factors and encourage people to make healthy changes. NEBGH's Digital Tools and Solutions for Diabetes is a guide for employers looking at workplace diabetes interventions.
Multiple Sclerosis Work Space

Multiple sclerosis (MS) prevalence is highest in the Northeastern US and often affects working age people in the prime of their careers. MS Work Space , a program designed by HR and benefits management experts, helps to educate employers about how they can better support employees with chronic diseases like MS.
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Family Health History Day - Nov. 28

A family history, in medical terms, is a history of illnesses or chronic conditions that family members tend to acquire or develop. Start the conversation by asking if a family member has any long-term health problems, such as high blood pressure or diabetes .
Study Reveals $760 Billion Wasted on Health Care Each Year in US

 A groundbreaking research study reveals $1 out of every $4 spent on health care in the US annually is being wasted. The greatest source of waste? Administrative complexity, totaling $266 billion a year.
Podcast: America Dissected

What is really up with anti-vaxxers? Can crystals actually heal you? Is loneliness making us sick? And who does our healthcare system really serve? In a new ten-part series, host Dr. Abdul El-Sayed goes beyond the headlines to explore what really matters for our health.
Is the rapidly rising cost of employer-sponsored health insurance sustainable?
Half of all Americans get their health insurance through work. Trouble is, doing so is becoming less and less affordable-especially for already low-wage workers.