Happy July! We’re right in the middle of summer -- a time to relax, spend time with family, and enjoy the sunshine. Although Florida is a dream summer destination, it also has scorching temperatures. According to Weather Atlas, July is the hottest month of the year in Florida, with average temperatures in the 90s.
posted: July 01, 2021
Capital Health Plan is a proud sponsor of this year’s 12th annual Capital City Senior Games, and we want to congratulate all the athletes who competed in this year's events.
posted: June 08, 2021
Summer brings with it fun outdoor activities like lounging on the beach or by the pool, taking vacations, and a host of outdoor sports. But as temperatures heat up and sunshine lasts longer, it is crucial to protect ourselves from more than just sunburns.
Watch out for the Sun
posted: March 29, 2021
Although it’s a part of life, stress can be incredibly difficult to deal with. Whether it’s from something unexpected or a more long-term source, stress can leave you feeling overwhelmed and hopeless. For many people, higher levels of stress have been a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
posted: March 29, 2021
Florida State University medical student Jimmy Brown, who grew up in the Panhandle town of Hosford (pop. 704), has made a lasting impression of small-town humility and compassion with the Tallahassee physician-faculty members who taught him the intricacies of patient care over the last few years.
posted: March 19, 2021
March 30, 2021 is National Doctors’ Day and Capital Health Plan would like to thank our network of distinguished physicians for your selfless dedication and hope you give to patients and staff every day of the year. You are heroes who work to keep our members safe and healthy. We appreciate your dedication during these unprecedented times!
posted: March 17, 2021
Valentine’s Day in mid-February is recognized as a time to share your emotional heart, but Capital Health Plan reminds you that it’s also a good idea to think about your physical heart this February, which is National Heart Health Month.
posted: February 10, 2021
It’s normal for blood pressure to fluctuate throughout the day – but if it is consistently high for a long period of time, you may have high blood pressure. It’s important to consult with your doctor about high blood pressure, also known as hypertension, as it can increase your risk for heart attack, stroke, and other serious health problems. Your doctor can help determine the right course of treatment for your specific needs and help you better manage your blood pressure.
posted: January 21, 2021