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Changes to our Opioid Policies

Every day, opioid addiction destroys lives and tears apart families in North Carolina. It is a public health emergency that Blue Cross NC is committed to addressing. We’re announcing three policy changes for opioid prescriptions and treatment for opioid dependency....

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My ‘Deep Run’ Dinner Party

I live for a party. Always. So, when I got my copy of celebrity chef Vivian Howard’s Deep Run Roots cookbook, I knew I had to plan a dinner get-together. I’m admittedly a fangirl of Vivian’s. Through her PBS show, A Chef’s Life, she brings respect and attention to...

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7 Tips to Ace Your Next Interview

You get the call that you’ve made it to the interview. You do a happy dance. You’re one step closer to starting a new chapter in your career. Then, reality sets in. What do I wear? What questions will they ask? Interviewing is overwhelmingly nerve-wracking. The stress...

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Know Your Numbers For A Healthy Heart

February is most commonly known for the Valentine’s Day, The Superbowl and The Daytona 500, February is also dedicated to heart health. A leading cause of death for men and women Thanks to organizations like the American Heart Association and days like ‘Go Red for...

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Are you sick and tired, like me?

I’ve been sick a lot this winter. Minor stuff, but enough to be annoying and prevent me from being my best self. I may get a week or two of good health, but inevitably, I’ll start to feel a tickle in my throat or a pounding in my sinuses – tell-tale signs that I’m...

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6 ways to get more sleep

Chances are, you have had a bad night’s sleep at least once in your life. I recently came to understand the definition of “sleep deprived” once I became a mom.  I have had my fair share of sleepless nights and caffeine filled days while embracing...

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