“What are you doing this weekend?” That’s probably the most commonly asked question right now across our nation, as people begin winding things down at work and school. But you and other service members know there’s so much more to … Read More

January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month. US Family Health Plan would like to encourage all members to take some time this month to learn about the prevention, signs, symptoms, and risk factors associated with glaucoma. Perhaps the most important thing … Read More

Diabetes is a disease the affects many people. It’s also a disease that continues to grow among the U.S. population. Spend a little time this November learning about diabetes. USFHP wants you to be aware of the symptoms and signs … Read More

October is breast cancer awareness month – a perfect time to learn about the prevention, risk factors, and screening methods. Breast cancer affects many people. Aside from skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women. Most … Read More

Celebrate the coming of fall by adding some more vegetables and fruits to your plate! If you’re like most Americans, you probably aren’t getting enough of this nutrient and vitamin-packed food group. It turns out that only 1% of American … Read More

We all need shots (also called vaccinations or immunizations) to help protect us from serious diseases. To help keep our community safe, US Family Health Plan would like to encourage all members to make sure they are up-to-date with recommended … Read More

US Family Health Plan wants to help in your quest to get and stay healthy. Our teams of health experts have identified several tools and resources that may help you and your loved ones accomplish this. Smoking Cessation information from … Read More