Chair Exercises for Your Summer Travels
by Krishna Dholakia, MS, RD, CDE, CDN
Traveling can be a pain—literally! Here are some seated activities you can do to reduce discomfort and stiffness, and improve circulation.Read More
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Don’t Let Your Summer Vacation Affect Your Finances!
by Pattie Christensen, ChFC®, RICP®
Whether your vacation is a few days at the beach or a week in Paris, don’t let the dog days of summer affect your finances.
Share Your Story
by the Rev. Laura Queen
We are people of the story, creating our stories, living our stories, sharing our narratives. Stories are the foundation of our identity, and your stories of ministry and those of our retirees are more valuable than you may realize.
MyCPG Accounts—Quick, Convenient, and SafeIn addition to viewing your benefits, you can now update your address, phone number, email, and other personal information all online.
In Conversation: Rowan Williams and Greg Garrett
Join Rowan Williams and Greg Garrett for this second volume in the “In Conversation” series where they discuss everything from raising teenage boys to baking bread to Shakespeare.
Enhanced support is now available to our Anthem and Cigna members. Anthem Health Guide and Cigna One Guide connect you with health professionals who can assist you in managing your care and understanding your options. These personalized services can help you find network specialists and facilities, make appointments, compare costs, coordinate your care among multiple providers, clarify details about your conditions and treatment options, resolve claims and billing issues, and so much more.
Be sure to use these augmented benefits for any healthcare issues or questions you may have by calling the Member Services number on your health plan ID card.
Did You Know?
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, an estimated one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. This summer, protect yourself by following these tips:
- Stay in shaded areas whenever possible
- Wear protective clothing
- Use a broad-spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher
- Perform regular skin self-exams to look for signs of skin cancer
If you have a concern about a suspicious spot on your skin, make sure to get it checked out by a healthcare professional.
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