5 Proactive and Preventative Wellness Tips

5 Proactive and Preventative Wellness Tips

September is National Disease Literacy Month, and as part of this national awareness and educational campaign, UHSM will share weekly tips and tricks for proactive and preventative approaches to health and wellness. Disease literacy month was founded to educate people about their conditions and the associated services needed to make careful decisions so that they can […]

The Cancer Kinship Story: Disease Literacy Saves Lives 

The Cancer Kinship Story

The cancer survivor and “thriver” – a more inclusive term for people living with cancer – community is growing – since 1991, there has been a continuous decline in cancer deaths. However, much of the support for the patient comes during diagnosis and treatment.   After treatment, survivors often wonder, “what now?” The Cancer Kinship Mission  What is […]

How to keep your mind body and spirit healthy

How to keep your mind body and spirit healthy

Achieving true wellness is more than just physical health. The mind body and spirit connection is essential for overall wellness, with research studies showing the correlation between the quality of life and avoiding burnout.  At UHSM we believe in empowering our members to focus on balancing the three pillars of health to achieve true optimal health. […]

How to Celebrate National Relaxation Day: It’s more than spa time and bubble baths!

How to Celebrate National Relaxation Day

August 15th has been deemed National Relaxation Day and for good reason! Life today seems to be lived at a much faster pace making it harder to relax. These daily challenges can make us more susceptible to stress and other mental health problems. Research shows the negative and even life-threatening effects that stress can have on […]

Morning Wellness Habits with Brittney Moses & UHSM

Morning Wellness Habits with Brittney Moses & UHSM

Continuing from #MentalHealthMonday Motivational Wellness: Morning Routine & Habit Upgrades “Tip of the Day: Let mornings be your opportunity to take a breath and start over. Every day is a new day to try again. Don’t let a bad yesterday rob you of a new today.” – Brittney Moses Mental & Physical Health & Wellness […]

Exercise with Your Child Week

Exercise with Your Child Week

This Whole Week WeShare Awareness & Ways to Connect Over:  National Exercise with Your Child Week  Every year, the first full week in August is “National Exercise with your Child Week,” in the United States. Whether you’re an expectant parent or a well-established family, health and wellness practices should be given adequate thought, attention, and care. Health […]

Mental Health Monday

Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood. Mental Health helps to determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices. Mental health is integral to living a healthy, balanced life. According to the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI), one in five American experience mental health issues which […]

Men’s Health Week – Preventative Awareness

Men’s Health Week – Preventative Awareness

There’s a common perception that men hate to go to the doctor and won’t go even when they aren’t feeling well. The theory has persisted for decades and is often the subject of banter and joking within families, but is the perception actually true? Unfortunately, an online survey among men ages 18 and older found that 72 […]

Train Like a Pro with the Grant Lottering Extreme Endurance Workout

How often do you include endurance training in your healthy lifestyle routine? Endurance does more for your body than just build muscle mass and strength. Endurance exercises are important for overall health and well-being. Regular training helps to improve the health of your heart, lungs, and circulatory system. Building up endurance can also delay or prevent diseases […]