UnitedHealthcare Community Plan for Kids
The healthy advice you need, from a source you trust.
Is it a cold or the flu? Can my child play sports if he has asthma? How do I talk to my daughter about her body changes?
Find answers to these health questions and many more by clicking on the links below.
Live And Work Well
Welcome Members, to the www.LiveAndWorkWell.com website! Click this link to be redirected and check out the health info and tools available to you as a UHC Community Plan member. Your health plan partners with Optum/UBH to help our members live happier, healthier lives, and together we are bringing you this informational resource. Within this site, you can find info on topics related to pregnancy, mental health/ substance abuse issues, healthy living tips, weight management, smoking cessation tools, BMI calculator, and a range of other tools, AND, you can enter information about yourself to help customize the info or make this work best for you! This info is available in other language too, and you can call 1-800-414-9025 if you have any questions. Click here to learn more .
Since 1997, healthfinder® has been recognized as a key resource for finding the best government and nonprofit health and human services information on the Internet. Healthfinder® links to carefully selected information and Web sites from over 1,700 health-related organizations.
The Asthma Partnership (PAP) is working diligently to reduce the burden of asthma throughout. To assist consumers, community organizations, and healthcare workers alike, the Partnership has developed a new website with lots of resources, including a downloadable Pediatric Asthma Toolkit, basic asthma information, Spanish information links and much more.
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