Should FDA approvals hinder you from getting your COVID-19 vaccine?

Updated 8/24/2021: The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has received full FDA approval for ages 16 and older. According to the Kansas Department of Health & Environment (KDHE), there have been more … Continue reading Should FDA approvals hinder you from getting your COVID-19 vaccine?

COVID-19 vaccine: myth vs. fact

Earlier this year, the third SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) vaccine was authorized to prevent and decrease the serious health impact and death associated with this devastating disease. For those of us who … Continue reading COVID-19 vaccine: myth vs. fact

2021 legislative update on Kansas health insurance laws

As 2021 gets underway, both federal and state legislative and regulatory changes are expected to modify health plan benefits for Kansans. Below, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas Vice … Continue reading 2021 legislative update on Kansas health insurance laws

Managing the quarantine 15

During these months of changes in our daily routines, in work settings, and even in the people we are spending time with – many of us have found it challenging … Continue reading Managing the quarantine 15

{Infographic} Knowing the differences between coronavirus, cold, flu, and allergies

As coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread, it’s important to know how it may affect you and how it compares with other illnesses. That way, if you begin to have symptoms … Continue reading {Infographic} Knowing the differences between coronavirus, cold, flu, and allergies

{Guest blog} Suicide awareness month – how to cope with social distancing, quarantine & isolation

Since the beginning of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the nation and the world has seen significant changes to daily living. While social distancing, quarantine and isolation help prevent the spread … Continue reading {Guest blog} Suicide awareness month – how to cope with social distancing, quarantine & isolation