What’s Your Leading Love Language?

by Rebecca Hanusack

Have you ever wondered what makes you happy in your many relationships? Every day, we are showcasing our love for someone in our lives. This doesn’t just have to apply to a romantic partner. It can apply to family members,… Continue Reading →

How to Avoid Another Sick Day

by Kristy Hegner

Flu (influenza) season is in full force. Influenza, a highly contagious respiratory illness, not to be confused with the stomach bug, can have some or all of these symptoms: fever or feeling feverish/chills; cough; sore throat; running/stuffy nose; muscle or… Continue Reading →

Cozy Up With This Stovetop Lentil Soup

by Maya Munot

Looking for more meatless dinner options without spending hours in the kitchen? Try this simple yet hearty lentil-soup recipe. Stovetop Lentil Soup Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 45 minutes Total Time: 55 minutes Ingredients 2 tablespoons olive oil 1… Continue Reading →

Protect Your Wellbeing as a Health Care Professional

by Kristy Hegner

Here are five key practices for cultivating your own wellbeing and nurturing your relationships with colleagues and patients as a health care professional: Connection When you intentionally have kind and supportive interactions with others, you can encourage a collaborative work… Continue Reading →

Cold and Flu Safety Know-How to Help You Through the Winter

by Megan Van Hoet

According to the CDC, regular handwashing (particularly before and after certain activities) is one of the best ways to avoid getting sick and prevent the spread of germs to others. Yes, you can avoid colds and the flu most of… Continue Reading →

Tech-Free Activities for Your Next Snow Day

by Kristy Hegner

Technology is tied to almost all aspects of our lives these days, but too much screen time is not good for anyone. Try rediscovering old pastimes, creating new memories and exploring activities with your friends and family – without the… Continue Reading →

Is It Time for a Social-Media “Detox”?

by Jessica Malen

Reconnect to Real Life with a Social-Media Cleanse While being connected is one of the benefits of using social media, being too connected is one of its prominent downfalls. There’s certainly a fine line between staying in touch with loved… Continue Reading →

How You Can Be a Better Friend

by Maya Munot

Start the new year by focusing on your relationships, especially your friendships! Having quality, life-long friendships allows us to share some of the emotional burdens of our daily lives. It’s time to give them the care and attention they deserve…. Continue Reading →

Freshen Up Your Holiday Feast With This Recipe

by Jen Bucciarelli

Freshen up Your Holiday Feast Featuring seasonal flavors, colors and nutrients, this speedy salad is sure to become a tradition.  Holiday Apple Walnut Cranberry Salad Servings: 4 Prep Time: 15 minutes Ingredients Salad 1 bag of 50% blend mixed greens… Continue Reading →

How to Have a More Eco-Friendly Holiday

by Jessica Malen

Amp up Your Eco-Friendly Know-How This Winter Live green this winter with our tips for an eco-friendlier holiday. We wish you a peaceful, healthy holiday and joyful new year! The holiday season is upon us, and with so much to… Continue Reading →

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