Let’s hit the road!

Today’s tip will really get you up and running. We have all had shoes that just don’t work out for us at one time or another… but the absolute worst is when your running shoes aren’t keeping up with your needs. Don’t get slowed down and be sure you get the right shoes for you…

Be sweet to your feet. Foot care for Diabetics.

Today’s tip to help keep your toes tapping is about Diabetes and it’s affect on your feet. Most people know Diabetes is bad for your heart and kidneys, but did you it is also REALLY hard on your feet. It puts you at much higher risk of injuries and infection which can lead to amputation….

April is “Foot Health Awareness Month”

All of us have said we are “dead on our feet,” at one point of another. So since April is “Foot Health Awareness Month” I plan to share tips and info on those two little things that keep us all grounded. So to “kick it off” here are some pedicure pointers from our friends at…

Learn about your personal Colorectal Cancer risk.

Everyone loves online quizzes right? I can tell you my spirit animal, my aura color, and who I was in a past life. But how about a quiz that will actually tell you something useful? Well here you are! The Cleveland Clinic has a 5 minute quiz that will help you know and understand your…

Go on. Get out there. Your gut will thank you.

Staying active is not just good for your heart it can also help reduce your risk of developing Colorectal Cancer. So go take a walk. When you get back you can read up on what else the NIH suggests you could do to decrease your risk factors. http://www.cancer.gov/…/c…/patient/colorectal-prevention-pdq Be Well. – Rose First published on…

Colorectal Cancer. Silent but Deadly.

You may have heard the phrase “Silent But Deadly” before but with Colorectal Cancer it is really true. Many people in the early stages of the disease have no symptoms. As the cancer progresses the symptoms can resemble a bad stomach bug that you just can’t shake. That is why it is so important that…

Stroke signs, and how to react.

Sorry guys this one is more scary than silly. Did you know that nearly 800,000 people in the U.S. experience a stroke each year? Knowing the signs, and how to react can seriously improve survival both of the victims and their brain. Please read and explore so you know what to look for and what…

What is Anemia?

Blood may be thicker than water… But what if you are anemic? Here is a quick primer on the red stuff, and the most common blood condition in the U.S., affecting about 3.5 million Americans. http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-gui…/understanding-anemia-basics Be well. – Rose First published on our Facebook Page www.facebook.com/RMbenefitsMD on 2/22/16.  Want to see more fun health tips?  Like…

2016 Individual Open Enrollment Starts 11-1-2015!

Open Enrollment… Tell me more about that… Just about everyone with a Health Insurance Policy has an Open Enrollment Period. It is your chance each year to update your policy, check your coverage, and shop and apply for a new plan. Individual Open Enrollment takes place in late fall early winter.  The dates this year…

New Online Look!

Welcome to our new, and evolving, web presence! Our old site was so very 2013 (ok maybe it was more 2003).  So, while we loved it for many reasons we knew it was time to say good-bye. We are so excited about our make-over.  But we must beg your indulgence as we slowly, but surely,…