Omada is a personalized program designed to help you reach your health goals, whether that’s losing weight, managing diabetes, or improving your overall health. You’ll get a dedicated health coach and the latest technology to support you in making lasting changes that fit your life, one step at a time.
REMINDER: Omada has a program for Type 1 (NEW) &, Type 2 Diabetics, along with the preventative program.
Throughout the month of February there are weekly events to help you keep your heart healthy. There will be a different activity each week to better understand heart health in the aisles through different products, try new recipes, and help you get answers to your questions and gain knowledge on heart health.
Getting outside is good for us, especially for kids. Outdoor activities can reduce stress, anxiety, improve sleep and improve academic performance. MN has beautiful parks, lakes and trails. Here are some great resources if you are looking for a new place to explore & GET OUTSIDE! Warmer weather is coming.
The Explore MN website has guides with information on what ever type of recreation you are looking for: skiing, fishing, cycling, hiking and more. Check them out: Explore MN
The MN Great Outdoors website is amazing. You can access information on 186 parks and 435 trails around MN. There are hundreds of adventures right in our own backyards. MN Great Outdoors
Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 14, 2021 at 2:00 A.M.
On Saturday night, set your clocks forward one hour (i.e., losing one hour) to “spring ahead.”
Stigma & Mental Health
There’s been a lot of work in the past few years to reduce the stigma around behavioral health. That work has yielded welcome results in how we perceive those struggling with behavioral health issues.
The #StayConnectedMN is a communication campaign with simple messages and tips on how to support mental health and well-being. The self-guided toolkit is easy to use, with messages and ready-made posts that apply to most audiences. Click here to access the toolkit.
One of the strongest ways to support mental well-being is by staying connected to ourselves, our friends, and the world around us. Supporting and connecting with one another can help all of us be well. You can help support mental well-being in your community or organization by sharing information and resources for connecting.
The same routine medical procedure can vary widely in price, even in-network. When you shop with SmartShopper, everyone saves money and you get a piece of the savings.