These programs are posted for informational purposes only. No incentives are offered.
Think Fast About Stroke
(March, 2013 - August, 2013)
Several hundred thousand people suffer strokes in the U.S. each year. Unfortunately many of these victims will suffer permanent disability or die because so few recognize the symptoms or know what to do.
(Nov, 2012 - Feb, 2013)
We all want to look and feel our best, regardless of how old we are, but we can get caught up in the latest anti-aging craze or find ourselves looking for a quick fix to turn back the clock. Sometimes we may settle for aches and pains or a chronic condition that we can avoid or improve, just because we feel like that is what happens as you get older.
It's Your Move
(July, 2012 - October, 2012)
Did you know that diabetes affects more than 20 million Americans and that over 40 million are pre-diabetic? What is pre-diabetes anyway? Chances are likely that you know someone who is affected by diabetes, but to many, the disease is a big mystery. How much do you really know about the big D?
(March, 2012 - June, 2012)
Do you ever find yourself in the drive thru lane more often than you would like? Are you constantly eating convenience food but feeling guilty about it? Does it seem like you don't have any time to prepare meals? Do you think it is too expensive to eat healthy?
Moving Forward with Fitness
(November, 2011 - February, 2012)
Ask most people if exercise is important, and you'll get an overwhelming YES. But, it usually gets shoved aside as other details in life demand our time and attention. Starting and sticking with exercise isn't easy. We'll examine the most common barriers and provide some simple and effective ways to around them.
Just Drive Virginia
(July - October, 2011)
In this program, we discuss how you can avoid being a driving statistic while on or off the job. We will include tips for many of your driving concerns from impaired/distracted drivers to the often overlooked driving skills and vehicle safety tips.
Home Safe Home
(Feb - May, 2011)
It’s important that you take the time to help make your home as safe as possible. The time and effort you take now to learn about fire safety and being prepared for emergencies, can not only give you peace of mind, but it can literally save the lives of those you love.
Take a Break
(Nov - Jan, 2011)
Most of us can probably agree that stress levels have been high lately. And, we know that too much stress can lead to serious problems.
(July - Oct, 2010)
It is probably not news that an active lifestyle is a healthy one and that many people tend to be more active in the summer than during other times of the year.
Every Calorie Counts
(March - June, 2010)
CommonHealth has the answers and learning more about portion control is vital to your success.
Fitting In Fitness
(January - March, 2010)
CommonHealth has designed a great program to help you to get your fitness routine on track and maintain healthy habits.
(October - December, 2009)
We all want a well body and a healthy environment. This program will demonstrate ways to eat live and save green.
Something To Smile About
(April - September, 2009)
The Something to Smile About program not only reviews dental hygiene basics like brushing and flossing, but it also explores the relationship between dental health and diabetes, the benefits of good oral health during pregnancy, how to help children avoid tooth decay, and the link between gum disease and heart attacks.
Calm Your Nerves
(January - March, 2009)
The Calm Your Nerves program will help you find healthy ways to release the build up of stress before it takes a toll on your health. The key is to balance your time, budget and social ties.
(October - December, 2008)
Germs are everywhere and most people don't know that there are more germs at our desks than there are on toilet seats! We will look at germ hot spots and provide information on flu shots.
(July - September, 2008)
Most of us love to eat, but do we really pay attention when we do it? How many of us eat quickly or while we watch TV, read or work at our desks? This program doesn't focus on what we eat, but how we eat.