Hemoglobin A1C: How Knowing Yours Can Help You Lead a Healthier Life

By Hailey Hart, RN, BSN What is Hemoglobin A1C? Hemoglobin A1C, also called the A1C test, is a blood test that estimates your average blood sugar level over a three-to-four-month period. Blood sugar levels change throughout the day and increase when your body processes the food you eat into glucose. Glucose is absorbed for energy […]

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It’s National Diabetes Month!

Help 365 Health raise aware for diabetes this month because it is officially National Diabetes Month! According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease, this November is focused of managing diabetes by building your health care team! This month (until 11/30/22) our Hemoglobin A1c Screening is 20% off. Just use code […]

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Winter is Coming!

Are you feeling a little SAD these days? If so, you could be experiencing Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression that is characterized by seasonal patterns. If you have noticed significant changes in your mood when the seasons start to change and end than […]

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Health Fairs Are Back!

At 50 years of age and feeling healthy, Brad was convinced by his wife to attend a 365 Health Fair because it is an easy, convenient, affordable way to get blood work done.  For their first Health Fair experience from 365 Health, Brad decided to get a Prostate Specific Antigen screening and a colon cancer screening […]

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The Most Recent Exercise Trend: Walking

Want to exercise but don’t want to feel exhausted afterwards? Consider going outside to walk. Need a mental reset after a tough day of work? Go take a walk during your lunch break. Walking is a great way to help your brain and body become healthier. It might not be as intense as other workouts, but even […]

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How Healthy Are Your Kidneys?

When was the last time you thought about your kidneys? Unless you’ve been having an issue with them, you probably never really think about them, do you? But it’s important to know what they do so that if there is a problem someday, you’ll hopefully catch it faster. According to the National Institute of Health, […]

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