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Effects of Exercise on the Brain

by Heather Mearns

There is enough research out there to tell you how good exercise is for your body, but do you know just how good exercise is for your brain? The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) recently held a webinar called… Continue Reading →

Living Well With Diabetes: Just Diagnosed

by Kristy Hegner

Approximately one in 10 Americans have diabetes with about 90-95% of them having type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition that is also progressive, but with proper management, you can stop or slow many of the complications… Continue Reading →

Mindful Breathing While Wearing a Face Covering

by Megan Van Hoet

Wearing a face mask in public has become largely an everyday occurrence. What do you notice when you put on your mask? Do your glasses fog up immediately? Do you suddenly become more aware of your breathing? Do you notice… Continue Reading →

How to Ease Back Into the Workplace After Remote Work or a No-Work Situation

by Maya Munot

It’s time to report back to work! How and where do you begin? And what do you start with? Making the move from working remotely or being out of work (e.g., a furlough) to going back to physically being present… Continue Reading →

Maintaining a Healthy Immune System

by Kristy Hegner

Everyone wants to stay healthy and avoid getting sick. While there is no magic pill or supplement to boost your immune system, there are ways to maintain or reach a healthy immune system. Overall, the best way to maintain a… Continue Reading →

The FDA is Giving the Nutrition Facts Label a Makeover

by Jessica Malen

The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has issued new regulations to the Nutrition Facts labels on packaged food. This is the first major change since 1994. Read on to see how this new label can help you make more informed… Continue Reading →

National Poison Prevention Week

by Megan Van Hoet

March 17–23 is National Poison Prevention Week for 2019. According to the Health Resources and Services Administration, accidents involving chemicals, medicines or other household items are common. Poison is defined as anything that can harm someone if used the wrong… Continue Reading →

Help Your Employees Find Balance

by Beth Czischke

Work-life balance has been a buzzword in the employee wellness space for a while, but today we’re discussing how you can help employees literally find balance. Whether we’re reaching for something on a high shelf, playing soccer with friends or… Continue Reading →

Healthy Ways to Use Your Tax Refund

by Beth Czischke

Tax day has come and gone, and now is the fun part — waiting for your refund to arrive. According to the IRS, the average tax refund was a little over $3,000 last year. That’s a sizable chunk of cash…. Continue Reading →

Motivate Your Team to Get Moving at Work

by Jen Bucciarelli

Share How Integral Physical Activity Is for Optimum Brain Health Exercise can lift, tone, tighten and build your muscles, but did you know getting active each day can whip your brain into shape, too? FACT: Exercise accelerates your brainpower because… Continue Reading →

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