Health and Wellness
We want to help you feel better and enjoy life! We offer many ways to help you learn how to lower health risks. We designed our programs to help you take better care of yourself and your family. As you know, even small changes can make a big difference!Manage Your ConditionFind Useful Apps
Our programs can help our members become healthy and stay healthy.
What is asthma? What can you do to control asthma symptoms? How do you use a metered-dose inhaler? If you’re struggling to control your or your child’s asthma, this site can help.
Here you’ll find useful tips, interactive tools, asthma-related apps and helpful resources to answer your questions and help you take control. You’ll learn about things like making an asthma action plan, how to learn your asthma triggers and when to call the doctor. Find out what small steps you can take right now to help improve your quality of life.
Making care easier when you need it mostManaging all the pieces of your care when you’re dealing with ongoing health issues can feel overwhelming. Our Cancer Care Navigator program can help. This program provides a team of nurses and other healthcare providers to help support your care if you have been diagnosed with cancer. We will work with your doctors to simplify the ins and outs of cancer care and make sure you receive the care you need at no extra cost
Plus, the Cancer Care Navigator will connect you to helpful resources. Some of those include a dietitian, help with managing medications, customized care plans, goal setting, and support after hours.
Get back time to focus on your well-being with extra support. Learn more about how the program can help you: Call the Cancer Care Navigator team toll f ree at 833-649-0669(TTY 711) Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Eastern time.
Taking part in the program is optional but encouraged. Choosing not to take part in the program does not impact your benefits.
Staying healthy during flu season
Influenza, also known as the flu, can make you feel terrible. Having the flu can result in lost time at school, work, or with family and friends. But there are things you can do now to help keep the flu away:
- Get a flu vaccine, or shot, each year
- Wash your hands often
- Stay away from people who have the flu
- Eat more foods like fruits and veggies that can help protect you from the flu
- Drink more water
- Get more rest
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends everyone six months and older, especially those at high risk of serious effects of the flu, get a flu shot every year. And if you’re age 65 or older, the CDC suggests getting a pneumonia vaccine as well.
When should you get a flu shot?
Try to get a flu shot as soon as the vaccine becomes available — or by the end of October, before the flu season even begins and reaches the place where you live. Even though the flu season usually peaks in January or later, this will give your body time to develop the antibodies needed to protect against the flu.
Where can you get a flu shot or more information?
- Your case manager can talk with you about flu shots and help you find where you can get the flu shot
- Your primary care provider (PCP) will help you learn about flu shots and can provide them
- You can get the flu shot at any of our network pharmacies if you’re age 21 or older
- Your local health department will give you the flu shot
Remember to show your Anthem HealthKeepers Plus ID card when you get the flu or pneumonia shots.
Cold, Flu and Pneumonia Topics
What is diabetes? What are some ways you can control your blood sugar or manage your weight? How could you eat healthier and be more active? If these are some questions that you have, this site can help.
Here you’ll find useful tips, interactive tools, diabetes-related apps and helpful resources to answer your questions and set health goals. You’ll learn about things like making changes in your lifestyle, important health care screenings and when to call the doctor. Find out about small steps you can take right now to live life well with diabetes.
What are some reasons you would like to have more energy or lose some weight? How would you benefit from changing your diet or being more active? If you want to take steps towards a healthier you, this site can help.
Here you’ll find useful tips, interactive tools, fitness-related apps and helpful resources to answer your questions and help you set personal health goals. You’ll learn about things like healthy eating and how to make activity a part of your daily life. A fit body can be in your future. Find out what small steps you can take right now to help improve your quality of life.
Fit Body Topics
We all feel down, worried or overwhelmed at times. But when these feelings last a while or they stop you from doing daily tasks, it may be time to seek help. Here you’ll find useful tips, interactive tools, behavioral health-related apps and helpful resources.
When should you call the doctor? You’ll learn about things like managing stress, overcoming depression, treating anxiety and attention deficit disorder. This site can help you deal with life’s pressures in healthy ways. Find out what small steps you can take right now to help improve your quality of life.
Your recovery journey
Recovery is a journey toward the life you want for yourself. A mental health or addiction condition doesn’t have to stop you from moving forward.
What's Your Stress Level?
Find out what effect recent life changes may be having on your health.
What are the signs of depression?
This tool helps you to see if how you’re feeling is a sign of depression.
Fit mind topics
What is heart disease? What can you do to reduce your risk of heart attack or stroke? Are you looking for ways to lower your cholesterol or control your high blood pressure? If so, this site can help.
Here you’ll find useful tips, interactive tools, heart health-related apps and helpful resources to answer your questions and help you take control. You’ll learn about things like making changes in your lifestyle, important health care screenings and when to call the doctor. Find out about small steps you can take to help improve your health.
Heart disease topics
What unique health screenings do women need? What can you do to stay healthy if you’re pregnant or planning to get pregnant? What are your options for birth control? This site can help you get the women’s health and pregnancy resources you need.
Visit our Pregnancy & Women's Health page to learn more about:
- Women’s health information and resources
- Information about incentives and rewards programs
- Interactive tools
- Pregnancy and childbirth-related apps
Whether you’re thinking about having a baby, pregnant, already a new mom or you’re not planning to have a baby, we can help you take steps to stay healthy at every stage.
How is your use of alcohol or drugs affecting your daily life? Is it causing problems at work, at home or in your relationships? If so, it may be time to seek help. Addiction is a disease, just like diabetes or heart disease.
Here you’ll find useful tips, interactive tools and helpful resources. You’ll learn about things like how to spot the signs of drug or alcohol addiction, treatment options and where to find support. This site can help you take steps to become alcohol and drug free.
Alcohol and drug-free topics
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Narcotics Anonymous
- National Institute on Drug Abuse
Addiction and Recovery Treatment Services (ARTS) program
Call 1-800-901-0020 (TTY 711)
Why have you thought about quitting smoking, chewing or dipping? How much healthier would you be if you stopped using tobacco? How much money would you save? Making a change can be hard, but you can do it! This site can help.
Here you’ll find useful tips, interactive tools and helpful resources. You’ll learn about things like how to know if you’re ready to quit, steps you can take to help you break the habit and where to find support. You can be tobacco-free for good.
What is Health A to Z?
Health A to Z is an online health resource. It’s easy to use and provides information and answers on many health topics. You can also check your symptoms with our symptom checker and explore our interactive tools to help guide your health care decisions.