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Want to win $250?
If you have partnered with Marathon Health to improve your health, we want to hear from you! From all of the great stories, we pick 10 to publish and promote.
Our 10 winners will each receive $250. 

The next submission deadline is November 30, 2020.


Sarah CEBT

I completed a health screening at the beginning of my district’s school year and discovered I was overweight. I felt uncomfortable in my body, was exhausted, and it was hard for me to be active. I have always been an active person, so the fact I had lost track of my physical health was a huge eye opener for me.

Michelle The Vermont Country Store

In August 2019, my body mass index (BMI) was 42.5 and I weighed 223 pounds. I was at high risk of developing serious health issues and had no energy to play with my grandsons or complete simple everyday tasks.

Kelly Lane County

I was feeling awful, so I decided to visit Eva Schmidt, FNP, at the Live Well Center to discover what was wrong. All of my health-related numbers came back normal in relation to my body max index and blood sugar levels.

Jessica Nelnet

In January 2019, I was diagnosed with stage III melanoma. I had never felt so overwhelmed and scared in my life. I started immunotherapy treatment in February and it severely compromised my immune system, ultimately inducing type 1 diabetes.

Velma Wayne Farms LLC

Prior to working with a Marathon Health clinician, I struggled with my confidence, was overweight, experienced joint stiffness, and felt shortness of breath during activities. I knew I had a higher risk of developing health issues and I desperately wanted to make a change.

Andrew IBEW Local 38 Health & Welfare Fund

After experiencing consistent pain and having surgeries performed on both my arms, I eventually lost all feeling in my left arm and shoulder. This impairment affected my ability to perform daily tasks and to feel as though I could lead a normal life.

Adrian Johnson Brothers

I consistently felt short of breath and fatigued throughout the month of July 2019. By the end of the month, I found myself needing to sit down multiple times to catch my breath while mowing the lawn.

Jerry Kwik Trip

During my annual physical at the Kwik Trip Center for Health in Middleton, Martine Banda-Wolk, FNP, discovered I was experiencing irregular heartbeats. She contacted my primary care physician immediately and I underwent a stress test and electrocardiogram.

Jeremy Bay District Schools

When I visited the Bay Educators Wellness Center, I was overweight and had high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes. I had also begun to suffer from depression and anxiety because of the COVID-19 crisis. I was completely exhausted after work each day.

Angela Escambia County School District

My blood sugar levels were out of control. I felt sick and tired – the most exercise I got was walking to the kitchen. I knew my blood sugar was high, but I had no idea how out of control it was until I went in for a health screening at the ECSD Center for Health & Wellness.