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Preventing diabetes: Small changes, big rewards

Diabetes is a condition that causes your blood sugar levels to be higher than normal. The most common form of the disease, type 2 diabetes, can lead to heart disease, stroke, blindness, kidney failure, amputations, and nerve damage. However, with proper diagnosis and treatment, you may be able to prevent the complications of diabetes.

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10 foods that lower blood pressure

High blood pressure affects millions of Americans, but many of us don’t even know we have it. That’s because high blood pressure—also known as hypertension—often has no symptoms. The condition makes your heart work harder than it should and can cause serious problems, including heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure.

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Earn rewards when you take a Health Risk Assessment

A Health Risk Assessment is an online program that helps determine your risk for certain health conditions and gives you a personalized plan for achieving your specific health goals. Available to all APWU Health Plan members, Health Risk Assessments analyze your health-related responses and create a profile with information to put you on a path toward good physical and mental health.

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Enroll in a health benefits plan during Open Season

Open Season is the period of time each year when you need to enroll in a health plan for the upcoming year. For postal and federal employees and retirees, the Open Season dates are set by law and run from the Monday of the second full work week in November through the Monday of the second full work week in December.

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