April Health Observance: Alcohol Awareness

By Account Associate Kailyn Middlemist In the time of lockdowns and quarantines, it is easy to start drinking more. Many studies, like these from CareFirst, Sage Journals, and National Institutes of Health’s journal, suggest that drinking has been on the rise for the past year, up by 23%. And this is a problem. Overconsumption of alcohol can lead to some... Read More

April Health Observance: Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow

  April is Alcohol Awareness Month and Facing Addiction with NCADD want to remind employers that alcohol-related problems and alcoholism cost employers billions of dollars each year in lost productivity, accidents and poor job performance. For more information about alcoholism and recovery, see the resources below. Get the guide from Facing Addiction with NCADD Resources Facing Addiction with NCADD: www.facingaddiction.org... Read More

Generics and Smokeless Tobacco: The Facts

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There’s new research on how you should spend your money on medications and on products to help quit tobacco. Source Prescriptions The “Yelp of medicine” (TIME Magazine), a website called Iodine, recently showed through consumer data that patient satisfaction is about the same between generic and brand-name medicines.  One of the easiest ways to save money on prescriptions is to... Read More