Wellness Wednesday

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about 38% of American adults have high cholesterol. Too much cholesterol puts you at risk for heart disease and stroke, two leading causes of death in the United States. High cholesterol has no signs or symptoms, so the only way to know if you have it is to get your cholesterol checked. Talk to your health care team about how you can manage your cholesterol levels and lower your risk.

Knowing Your Risk for High Cholesterol

Certain health conditions, your lifestyle, and your family history can raise your risk for high cholesterol. These are called “risk factors.”

You can’t control some of these risk factors, such as your age or your family history. But you can take steps to lower your risk for high cholesterol by changing things you can control.

Health Conditions that Increase Your Risk

Behavior That Increase Your Risk

  • Your lifestyle choices can increase your risk for high cholesterol.

Moffitt Connect - Your Enhanced Access to Expert Cancer Care

Moffitt understands that a cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming. We are proud to partner with Pasco County Schools and are here to help you understand the process and find the healthcare provider best suited for your needs.

2021 HEALTH & WELLNESS INCENTIVE (HWI) PROGRAM

Pasco County Schools offers incentives for covered employees and retirees who complete their annual Vital Health Profile. This program is voluntary; however, participants must follow the steps outlined here in order to qualify for the 2021 incentive.


Already Completed your VHP?

Work with a My Health Onsite Health Coach to achieve your wellness goals! Talk with your My Health Onsite provider to be enrolled. Employees enrolled in the Pascofit option may be eligible to earn additional incentive rewards by completing up to 2 wellness programs with a Health Coach. More information about the wellness programs through My Health Onsite can be found here.


The HWI 3rd quarter for Pascofit is July 1-September 30, 2021. Click here for more information.