Men may face a whole host of medical problems just because they're men. Maybe you're concerned about yourself? Or maybe there's someone close to you? Here's a chance for you to learn about important health issues facing men, today. Men's Health Center
Flu Prevention: What You Need to Know.
Every year, many Americans get sick from the flu, which is a serious illness that may lead to time in the hospital. Getting vaccinated is the best way to prevent the flu. Check out these resources for prevention tips and where to get a vaccine.
Welcome to UnitedHealthcare Military & Veterans
Effective April 1, 2013, the TRICARE West Region contract transitioned to and is being managed by UnitedHealthcare Military & Veterans. Please make sure you understand the timing and key information about the TRICARE transition.
UnitedHealthcare Military & Veterans is tremendously proud to help serve the health care needs of service members, veterans and their families. With one of the largest networks of health care providers in the nation, we are dedicated to helping people live healthier lives by simplifying your health care experiences, meeting your health and wellness needs and establishing trusted relationships with you.
For each and every one of our employees, many of them who, too, have served in uniform, providing health care for military families is not just a job - it's an honor.
Spending the Holidays Apart
Separation during the holidays can be accompanied by change and the potential for disruptions to familiar routines. However, you can minimize the impact of disruptions by trying some of these tips about communication and family connections.
Military members and their families are no strangers to immunizations! Learn about immunizations through the Center for Disease Control's training, spotlight topics, vaccine schedules and more. More Info >>
How much do you really know about your health?
This comprehensive, continually updated knowledge base allows you to search for information on over 1,600 diseases and conditions. Start your search now >>
Focus on Families - Military Children
The month of April is designated as the Month of the Military Child across the Department of Defense, recognizing the important role military children play in the armed forces community. It is an opportunity to recognize the sacrifices military children and youth have made and to acknowledge their character, courage, and resilience.
Adoption and Military Families
Adoption is a dream come true for thousands of families each year. But frequent moves and other issues can complicate the adoption process for military families. Fortunately, adoption agencies are helping to make the process easier. Learn More >>
As women, we often have unique wellness concerns. Click here for female-focused information on women’s wellbeing.
Going through a transition?
PCS-ing? Retiring? Just earned that next rank? Click here for access to some of the most common - and some not so common- transition resources.
Choosing Safe Toys for Toddlers and Preschoolers
Choosing gifts for little ones can be a challenge. Toys are supposed to be fun, but each year scores of kids are treated in hospital emergency departments for toy-related injuries. More Information on Choosing Safe Toys >>
Sports Medicine Center for Parents
Get tips on everything from finding the right sport for your child to handling family factors and injuries. Learn More >>
Save A Life
Suicide prevention is everyone's responsibility. Click here to learn about recognizing warning signs and available resources.
Know The Signs
Each year, about 36,000 people in the United States commit suicide. Learn more about suicidal symptoms, thoughts and threats.
Serving Women who Serve
The Department of Veterans Affairs recently launched a new Women Veterans hotline — an incoming call center that receives and responds to questions from women veterans, their families and caregivers across the nation about available VA services and resources. More Information >>
Coping and Peace of Mind
Everyone faces challenges in their life. If you have a mental or emotional condition or a drinking, drug or other addiction issue, it is just a part of you. It does not define you. The Live and Work Well Coping & Peace of Mind center has resources available to learn how to cope with it and move forward with your life.
Most people have sleep problems from time to time. But when you have trouble sleeping for weeks or months, it can lead to health problems. Our topics can help you treat, manage, or avoid some sleep problems. Learn More >>