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Black History Month

Summary This blog post features the importance of Black History Month, 28 figures for 28 days, and ways you can get involved through support, donations, and events.

Heart Health Awareness

What is Heart Disease? February is American Heart Month There are many different types of heart disease that affect your heart and blood vessels. The most common in the United…

Krupa’s Korner – (1/30/2023)

February is American Heart Month It’s February, also known as American Heart Month, a time when everyone can focus on their cardiovascular health. President Lyndon B. Johnson first…

Krupa’s Korner – (1/23/2023)

National Peanut Butter Day National Peanut Butter Day, our pantry staple, is celebrated on January 24th.  Whether creamy or chunky, with chocolate or with jelly, peanut butter gets…

Krupa’s Korner – (1/16/2023)

National Popcorn Day Want a healthy, salty, crunchy snack that just doesn’t quit? Enjoy some popcorn that satisfies munchies, day or night. This time-honored snack can be sweet…

January 2023 Better You Newsletter

Check out the latest from your Florida Blue team to learn what to expect during your first trimester of pregnancy, how to start the New Year right, and a delicious Oven Roasted Squash with Garlic & Parsley recipe.

Krupa’s Korner – (1/9/2023)

What’s in Season: Leafy Greens We all know we should eat our greens and they are among the healthiest foods one could eat. So, what makes a vegetable…

Krupa’s Korner – (1/2/2023)

Healthy Habits Challenge Now that December is over and life has calmed down slightly, it’s time to focus on YOU and healthy lifestyle choices. The anticipation of a…

Krupa’s Korner – (12/26/2022)

New Year’s Foods New Year’s Eve is a festive time celebrated around the world with friends, family, and fireworks. The holiday season is full of long-standing traditions, but…

Krupa’s Korner – (12/19/2022)

Cooking with your Kids During the Holidays The excitement of sharing a holiday meal begins long before we bake the bread, carve the turkey, or serve the pumpkin…