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Walking On Our Lunch Break

It can be challenging to find time to exercise during your hectic daily schedule, while juggling work and family commitments. That’s why we encourage you to find small ways to add exercise into your daily routine. Something as quick as going for a short walk on your lunch break can have a real impact on…
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Walking The Walk

Nearly 100 of our Fargo area employees and family members participated in the March for Babies walk this month to benefit the March of Dimes. Tim Huckle, our president and CEO, served as honorary chair for the event and addressed the crowd before the walk at Scheels Arena in Fargo. Anna Wang, one of our…
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Susan Ness gets ready for her early-morning run with Sadie, her canine running partner.

Man’s Best Friend, Woman’s Best Running Partner

NOTE: Blue Cross Blue Shield employees and members across the state are gearing up for the big Fargo Marathon weekend May 19-21. We’ll be sharing stories from our employees for the next month to inspire joggers, walkers, sprinters and fitness enthusiasts of all levels to participate in one of the area’s biggest, most entertaining and…
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Insurance 101: Children Can Stay On Parents’ Insurance Until Age 26

Most adults can stay on their parents’ health insurance plan until they turn 26 years old, if the plan covers children. This provision took effect in 2010 as part of the Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as Obamacare. Parents can add children 25 years old and younger to their health insurance coverage during annual…
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Learn About Your Insurance Coverage

If you signed up for 2016 health insurance coverage between November 2015 and January 2016, your new coverage has started. Those who enrolled by the January 31, 2016, deadline had coverage that started March 1, 2016 or earlier. NEED HELP? If you have questions about your new Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota coverage,…
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