<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1550969161803858&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

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 May 31, 2020.


Steven Aflac

After struggling with lifelong hypertension, I visited Wendy Wall, NP, at the Aflac Care Center. She quickly figured out the correct medication to manage my blood pressure and began a dependable patient/provider connection that would prove pivotal in the coming years.

Shannon Kwik Trip

In early 2017, a biometric screening at the Kwik Trip Center for Health in La Crosse, Wisconsin revealed I had metabolic syndrome and was at risk of developing prediabetes.

Joseph Johnson Brothers

In February of 2018 a lump formed on my neck. At first I thought it was a swollen gland, but when it grew, I knew I had to visit the Marathon Health & Wellness Center.

Jonathan St. Johns County School District

I have had asthma since I was a child, but I hadn’t used an inhaler for years. When a cold virus attacked my lungs, I had difficulty breathing, was having trouble sleeping, and didn’t have the energy I normally did to perform simple tasks. I was miserable.

Erika Lane County

I have been visiting the Live Well Center to work on mental health and processing of personal traumas. I had become increasingly depressed and wasn’t living my best life.

Evelyn Mr. Cooper

In July 2018, I had bloodwork performed at the Cypress Waters Health Center. Although I thought I felt fine at the time, Christina Keil, FNP, told me my A1c was elevated and I was at risk of developing diabetes. This terrified me, as I wanted to be healthy for my husband and children.

David City of St. Cloud

I spent years visiting my family physician and had always been told my heart was healthy overall. He said that I had a mild heart murmur, but I still felt like there was a more serious issue.

Debra Brevard Public Schools

I have always been very nervous about going to the doctor. Growing up, I had my blood drawn frequently, which contributed to my irrational fear of needles and overall dread of going to the doctor’s office.

Chelsea City of Chattanooga

As a working mother of two children under age two, I was exhausted, overwhelmed, and lacked confidence. I wasn’t nourishing my body with healthy foods and knew my weight gain and exhaustion stemmed from this.

Cathy Chesapeake Public Schools

Following routine bloodwork and a biometric screening, I realized I needed to make a change. My elevated cholesterol and weight paired with my family history made me concerned about future health problems.