Health & Wellness News
Fall Edition 2017
Why Life Insurance Could Be Right for You — Now
By Janet Todd, Ph.D.
Securing the future needs of your family is crucial, and creating a plan can seem daunting, but there are reliable ways to care for your loved ones.
Articles in This Issue
How to Manage Stress in a Chaotic World
By Krishna Dholakia, MS, RD, CDE, CDN
Stress can be positive — it can help us get things done and propel us forward. However, too much stress and worry can have a negative effect. Here’s what to do.
Autumn Colors: Preparing for Change
By The Rev. Dr. Georgine Buckwalter
Autumn is a “letting go” and “leaving behind” kind of season — its nip can bring a surge of energy to do what we need to do in our lives.
A New Triathlete: Three New Churches — Three New Sports
By The Rev. E. Wendy Huber
Moving to the Rocky Mountain region, where everyone seems to run and hike and ski, was a culture as well as a fitness shock. Here’s what I did.
This is the time of year when you can re-evaluate your benefits and review current plan elections to ensure they continue to meet your needs and those of your family.
Restreaming: Thriving in the Currents of Retirement
Bill Craddock’s new book offers an array of provocative reflections and invites the reader to envision new opportunities, new relationships, and new ways of being.
Healthy Recipe: Chicken and White Bean Stew
A healthy and warming stew for those chilly autumn days, packed with protein, vitamins, and minerals.
Did You Know?
In 2016, 3,455 members took advantage of their Cigna Employee Assistance Program (EAP) benefits. If you have a medical or emotional related issue that you would like to discuss confidentially, and have health coverage provided by the Episcopal Church Medical Trust Plan, call the EAP today at (866) 395-7794, or sign in to Cigna Behavioral Health using the Employer ID: episcopal.
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