May 2016

10 Ways to Spice up Your Company’s Walking Program

by Beth Czischke

It’s common for companies to offer walking programs as part of their wellness offerings. Walking has numerous health benefits, is free and is accessible to almost everyone regardless of their fitness level. Walking programs usually consist of logging the number… Continue Reading →

Becoming Smarter: Brain Training Games Out; Exercise In

by Tom Ersin

Of (sedentary) Mice and (active) Men (and women) I might not be a genius yet, but I’m really good at identifying when the word red is written in blue ink. (— Elizabeth Day,

May Is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

by Jessica Malen

Spring is in the air and summer is just around the corner — what better time to get in shape, lose weight or increase your physical endurance? Did you know regular physical activity increases your chance of living a longer,… Continue Reading →

Aesthetics and Creativity in the Workplace

by Beth Czischke

There’s a new study out of Italy, the birthplace of the Renaissance and a country steeped in art history. Researchers set out to explore if admiring art can have measurable health benefits. They took saliva samples from 100 volunteers to… Continue Reading →

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