Heart Disease is a Bigger Threat to Women than Cancer

Originally published in Huffington Post 2/7/17 By Shane Power, President of Watertree Health, and Lisa Chau, Communications Manager of Watertree Health…Females may have cardiovascular disease and not know it! Carrie Fisher’s heart attack a few months ago reminds us that heart disease affects women and men. The beloved actress passed away at the age of 60. Many…

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Winning at the Resolutions Game

Originally published in Huffington Post 1/10/17 By Shane Power, President of Watertree Health, and Lisa Chau, Communications Manager of Watertree Health…Happy 2017!By now, many of you have decided this will be the year you get healthy by losing weight, exercising more, stopping smoking or maybe following your prescription schedule. You will make conscious choices to modify…

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Why Nonprofits Matter

Originally published in Huffington Post 12/6/16 By Shane Power, President of Watertree Health, and Lisa Chau, Communications Manager of Watertree Health…Nonprofit organizations have a long history of addressing issues not tackled by the government; problems that have become their causes: homelessness, poverty, hunger, climate change, education, animal cruelty, gender inequality, etc. They can be local or…

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Watertree Health MVP Spotlight: Gladys Trasorras

Continuing Series…Gladys Trasorras was born in Queens, NY and raised in Miami, FL. She is a loving mother to her 3-year old daughter, Brianna, and seventeen-year-old son, Nathan, who is getting ready to go to college. This December, we celebrate Gladys’ one-year anniversary with Watertree Health® along with her accomplishment as MVP. She has risen…

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Volunteer Your Way to Better Mental Health

Originally published in Huffington Post 11/10/16 By Shane Power, President of Watertree Health, and Lisa Chau, Communications Manager of Watertree Health…“When the happiness, security and well-being of others become real to us, we come into our own… Creativity, meaning, resilience, health and even longevity can be enhanced as a surprising byproduct of contributing to the lives…

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Watertree Health MVP Spotlight: Lowell Shipe

Continuing Series…Lowell Shipe, originally from Laurel, Maryland, has one of the largest territories in our Company, spanning from Cumberland, MD to Knoxville, TN. In a month’s time, Lowell drives about 3,500-4,000 miles to visit all of his pharmacies. His dedication and commitment to Watertree Health’s mission has been unwavering over the last 2 years, and…

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Health Care: A Hot Topic

By Shane Power, President of Watertree Health…Health care will always be a hot topic in presidential campaigns because it affects every person, every day. As we approach the U.S. election in November 2016, more and more voters will be turning their attention to changes in medical coverage and the increasingly high cost of prescriptions.An article…

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“Go Pink” Beyond October

Originally published in Huffington Post By Shane Power, President of Watertree Health, and Lisa Chau, Communications Manager of Watertree Health…Many individuals, companies, and organizations “go pink” during October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month; however, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation reports that a woman is newly diagnosed every 2 minutes. So, it is our hope that you’ll…

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Watertree Health MVP Spotlight: Charlie Peay

Continuing Series…Since joining Watertree Health® in September 2013, Charlie Peay’s territory has grown to include north Alabama, south-central Tennessee, and parts of Kentucky. He is one of the kindest, most genuine, extremely positive, and hard-working Reps, and for those reasons—among many more—he is our October MVP!Prior to joining Watertree Health, Charlie spent nearly 20 years…

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Houston Food Bank: “Thank you for being here when we needed you the most!”

Published in Houston Food Bank’s “Generous Helpings“As the mother of three teenage sons, Selena is frequently in awe of how much her boys eat. Her two youngest boys are in high school, and her oldest is studying auto mechanics in college.Selena has worked hard as a psychiatric tech at a local hospital for over seven…

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