diabetes

On.Demand Real-life Support for Diabetes can Save Real Lives

What causes high blood sugar? Which activities can lower it? People living with diabetes face these questions on a daily basis and have to determine how to keep their blood sugar levels within a healthy range. Since many living with the disease do not have sufficient knowledge on how to self-manage the condition, the costs associated with diabetes continue to …

Digital Health Employer

Defining Health in the Digital Age

In an office environment, it can be difficult for employees to squeeze in enough physical fitness throughout the day. This often leads to a sedentary, unhealthy lifestyle. Studies suggest that sitting for prolonged periods of time is linked to issues like obesity, high blood sugar, and abnormal cholesterol levels ― increasing the risk of death from cardiovascular disease and cancer.1 …

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Real-Life Solutions to Helping Foster Care Families

There are over 427,000 children in foster care in the United States1. Envolve PeopleCareTM is working to bring stability to foster children through partnership with states to redesign and improve the systems that serve children in foster care. In other words, Envolve PeopleCare offers the vital support for those who need it most. This was the assistance Carrie* offered to …

On.Demand: Diabetes Management Around the Clock

When holiday weekends roll around, people are busy finalizing plans for upcoming celebrations; the furthest thing on anyone’s mind is finding last-minute healthcare. Fortunately for participant Sofia,* the On.Demand diabetes management program played a key role in helping save her life when she was experiencing a high blood sugar reading. She received an intervention from Katie,* an Envolve PeopleCare health …

Tobacco Secondhand Smoke

The Consequences of Gary’s Secondhand Tobacco Smoke

Smoking costs the United States billions each year. In healthcare alone, $170 billion is spent on medical expenses1. Although the number of smokers has declined, tobacco industries are vamping up advertising efforts by $25 million a day to try and keep smokers hooked and to draw in new customers – leaving health care companies to clean up the pieces1. Nearly …