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Published on April 04, 2022

A Monthly LiveWell Message from Dr. SidA special video message for April from Dr. Sid

Dr. Kumara Sidhartha, MD, MPH, medical director of the CCHC Employee Health Plan, shares a message this month about LiveWell’s themes of Spring Renewal. Set realistic goals and build simple activities into your daily routine to help reduce cholesterol and blood pressure: Take the stairs instead of elevator, park farther away from the building to increase steps and break up your activities into three, 10-minute sessions of brisk walking instead of a single session of 30 minutes.

Win a FitBit!In April, sign up for the LiveWell Wellness Program and enter to win one of 20 Fitbits this month!

Current LiveWell members can join the 21-Day Activity Challenge to qualify for one of 20 Fitbits!

Additionally, join the LiveWell Program and sign up for any wellness activity to receive a special welcome gift!

Choose either To-Go Kit listed (while supplies last) and email Darijan Suton, LiveWell Wellness Manager ( to claim your prize!

Resistance To-Go Kit

Resistance To-Go Kit

with a brochure on resistance band exercises.

Yoga To-Go Kit

Yoga To-Go Kit

Additional LiveWell Wellness events this month:

  • Cheer Someone On (50 pts)
  • Spring Clean Your Sleep Routine (50 pts)
  • Do One Thing That Makes You Happy (50 pts)

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