Yourtracktohealth.com has released information to improve Railroad Employees health. The release includes:
• Featured Live Healthy Content: Cross-Training – The Benefits of Mixing Exercises
• New Video Content in the Video Library: How much exercise should you get in a week?
• Open Enrollment Coming Soon: Begins October 1, 2014 – mark your calendars
• Health FSA Special Series: Don’t leave money on the table.
What are the health risks if I’m diagnosed with prediabetes?
If you do nothing at all to try to get your blood sugar level back to normal, your prediabetes is likely to become type 2 diabetes in 10 years — or less! And, there are several other serious health risks that may be caused by prediabetes.
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Cross-training: The Benefits of Mixing Up Exercises
Just as a diverse diet provides different but necessary vitamins and nutrients, a complete exercise program should consist of varied activities to work every part of your body – in other words, cross-training.
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What is the recommended amount of exercise you should get in a week?
Watch the video to find out what they are and see how your answers compared to some folks asked on the streets of America.
Click here and learn more through video about other health care topics like preventive care, nutrition, exercise, diabetes, health care basics and more.
Mark your calendar: October 1, 2014 – Open Enrollment for 2015 Plan Year Begins
Details coming soon! Watch your mail for your enrollment package to arrive in late September. This will contain details about your medical and Health FSA benefit elections and options for 2015, plus any important actions required to complete your enrollment for the 2015 plan year.
Your Health FSA: Don’t leave money on the table
If you are enrolled in a health flexible spending account (FSA), you should be aware of the rules around any unused dollars at the end of the Plan Year.
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