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bill gordon |HTA Help Truck Drivers Arrive Home Safer, Healthier And Happier

Helping drivers arrive home safer, healthier and happier

Since 1997, HTAA has made its sole aim that of striving to improve the health and wellness of truck drivers, both independent owner/operators and fleet drivers. Bill Gordon saw the prevalence of bad health in the trucking industry before it became acknowledged as an industry-wide issue of great significance and formed Healthy Trucking Association of America.

"Some of the benefits include a Discount Prescription Card that can be used by any member of your family and and services including; Vision and Dental Discount Programs."

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DOT Regulations for Truck Drivers with Diabetes

So if you have diabetes and you're a Trucker, what are the FMCSA Regulations pertaining to this? Registration has done...

Three ways you can help drivers improve their cardiovascular health.

We can all benefit from improved Cardiovascular health. We get a number of inquiries about Tobacco use. This article was...

Eye Tips for truckers

As a truck driver, one of the most important tools for your job is your eyes. We are spotlighting some...

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We’re building the first community-driven health and wellness platform for people at-risk of or living with NAFLD/NASH – with the power and potential to help make a positive impact to the lives of millions across America.

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Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) are currently the leading causes of chronic liver disease among adults in the United States. As part of our ongoing initiative, The State of NAFLD/NASH Care in America™, we are conducting an annual research survey to better understand the impact of these conditions on patients’ quality of life, medical management, and social support response.

We would like to invite you to participate in this year’s research study conducted by Wayne Eskridge and his research team at the Fatty Liver Foundation. If you choose to participate, you will complete a survey designed to provide us with insights into the experiences of individuals living with NAFLD/NASH. 

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Prediabetes Diet

It may feel overwhelming to think about making lifestyle changes, but speaking to your healthcare provider and determining a diet and exercise regimen that works for you can help avoid prediabetes from becoming type 2...

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Physicians seeing more cases of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in atypical patients

In typical patients, cases of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease occur around the age of 70, but in recent years, the patient population most impacted by this disease is changing.

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Stress-Relieving Tips for Truck Drivers

Some people may believe that trucking is a stress-free job full of blue skies and open roads, but those of us clocking all the miles and missing our families along the way know better. From...

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS These 5 everyday activities can help reduce risk of chronic health conditions like diabetes if you do them more often

there are simple and safe ways to incorporate physical activity — or increase the amount of what you’re already doing — into your already busy lives.

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it's not too late to get your flu shot.
key facts about seasonal flu vaccine.
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A Type 2 Diabetes Diagnosis: Overcoming Shame and Stigma
American Association of Diabetes Educators
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What is Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (nAFLD)
Fatty Liver Foundation
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Increased PPE use, sanitation likely to be part of trucking’s ‘new norm’
The use of personal protective equipment (PPE) is the first line of defense for essential workers.
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Living With Diabetes
At times it might seem overwhelming, but you can thrive with diabetes, and a diabetes care and education specialist can help.
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Omada Enrollment

As the largest CDC-recognized digital Diabetes Prevention Program, we’ve inspired hundreds of thousands of participants to take their health into their own hands. Welcome Aboard!