Fighting Colorectal Cancer In North Dakota

Each year, approximately 400 North Dakotans will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer, and even more staggering, approximately 135 of them will die from the disease. In an effort to decrease these rates, we have partnered with the North Dakota Department of Health’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control to increase colorectal cancer screening rates for…
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Getting Active And Supporting Our Community

It can be easy to put off being physically active while juggling a busy work schedule, getting the kids to soccer practice and running errands. That’s one of the reasons we take steps to help employees to get up and move, from onsite fitness classes to encouraging employees to take walks on their lunch breaks.…
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What’s It Like To Have A Mom With Alzheimer’s?

Alzheimer’s and dementia are sneaky diseases. They can strike at any age. They can come on fast. Or they can take over a person through a course of years. And they affect not only the patient, but entire families as well. For Krista Fodera, it took one phone call to recognize that her mother was…
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How Are My Premiums Used?

One common question we receive from our members is how the premiums they pay are used. The answer can be a little complicated, but we hope this will help explain it. Members pay premiums in exchange for health insurance coverage. If you have health insurance through your job, you might see on your paycheck stub…
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Healthy Eating Workshop June 9 In Fargo

More than two-thirds of American adults are overweight or obese, putting them at risk for heart disease, stroke and many other chronic illnesses and conditions. Making healthy changes in the workplace — where many adults spend much of their day — is an important way to help people be healthier. A 2010 study showed that…
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