UPMC Today - Health and Wellness News

HEALTH AND WELLNESS NEWS YOU CAN USE

In this issue, get an exclusive look at UPMC Health Plan's new website about health care reform. Take a closer look at medical imaging, learn more about UPMC BodyChanger's life changing program, and find out if assisted living is the right choice for your older family members.

WHAT'S INSIDE

Check out the articles from our most recent issue!

UPMC BodyChangers helps people lose weight and change their lives.

Becoming a Whole New You

Struggling to lose weight or keep it off? The UPMC BodyChangers program can change your body and your life...Read the article >>

What do I need to know about health care reform?

Health Care Reform: We Have the Plan

UPMC Health Plan has created a website to provide information to help you learn how health care reform may affect you and your family... Read the article >>

Medical Imaging - Radiology

A Closer Look at Medical Imaging

Medical imaging plays an integral role in diagnosing medical conditions of all kinds
from broken bones to life-threatening tumors... Read the article >>

Assisted Living Options at UPMC

Is Assisted Living the Right Choice?

For seniors and their families, assisted living can offer the idea solution when extra help is needed for life's daily activities... Read the article >>


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