Dr. Audrey Atkins addresses a concerning trend; why parents should encourage kids to play, be active
One woman shares how cycling helped improve her health when COVID shut down local gyms and parks and what she recommends for others who want to start riding a bike.
Physical activity is important for everyone, but diabetes and exercise don’t always go hand in hand. If you have diabetes, your blood sugar level can drop to dangerous levels after you exercise. However, by learning to manage your condition, you can safely exercise and keep your blood sugar regulated.
Tracy Terpstra, licensed mental health therapist and behavioral health expert for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, says identifying the unhealthy habits that may be affecting you is the only way to reset.
BlueCross employee Darlene Carroll talks about the symptoms that sent her for help and how she’s working to stay healthy.
Dr. Daniel Cusator, a medical director at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, says more than 30% of Tennesseans will be affected by diabetes at some point.
Dr. Kelly Askins, a medical director at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, says stress isn’t going away anytime soon.
Dr. Lisa Staton, medical director for BlueCare Tennessee, says breast cancer prevention starts with screening.
Dr. Jill Amos, licensed behavioral health psychologist for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, explains that resilience is a skill everyone can learn to help cope with change or challenges.
WellTuned talked to Dr. Jennifer Gholson, a BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee medical director, about risk factors, symptoms, and steps everyone can take to improve their health, whether or not they have prediabetes.