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wellbeing

Simple, Low-Cost Pantry Recipes

by Kristy Hegner

Here are a few meal ideas using only shelf-stable or frozen ingredients: Breakfast Oatmeal: Use old-fashioned or quick oats and add honey plus frozen fruit or nut butter. Pancakes/waffles: Just add water to the mix plus add frozen blueberries, raspberries… Continue Reading →

Creative Ways to Support Local

by Jessica Malen

Want to support local? We’ve got ideas on how to keep your favorite businesses booming! During this challenging time, it is critical that we support our local, small businesses to keep them alive. Read on for ways you can help… Continue Reading →

How to Support Your Mental Health During a Crisis

by Jessica Malen

With social distancing, quarantine and isolation becoming commonplace during this uncertain time – that is the COVID-19 crisis – feelings of fear, anxiety and depression can increase. Read on for healthy ways to cope with these emotions and other common… Continue Reading →

Plan Your Paradise Escape With This Dessert

by Jen Bucciarelli

Let the tide tickle your toes and the sun warm your shoulders right where you are. Enjoy a spring break getaway without buying a plane ticket – check out the tropical treat we’re featuring this month that’s so good –… Continue Reading →

Beginner Bodyweight Home Workout — No Equipment Needed!

by Jessica Malen

Warm Up – Try your best to complete one minute of each exercise. Each exercise has controlled movements to help you focus on your form. Boxer Shuffle Body Weight Squats Alternating Butt Kickers Front Lunges Opposite Toe Touches Workout –… Continue Reading →

Protect Your Wellbeing as a Health Care Professional

by Maya Munot

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 →

November Is Men’s Health Month

by Jessica Malen

Why we’re celebrating Movemeber, and think you should, too. It’s November, which means it’s also Movember. Movember is all about tackling prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention through a male lens. This month is dedicated to our… Continue Reading →

Have a Healthy, Happy Halloween With These Tips

by Jessica Malen

Are you ready for costumes, candy, and trick-or-treating? Seven in 10 Americans celebrate Halloween, with each person spending approximately $72.31 on candy and costumes annually. But where did the origins of this holiday begin? Halloween, also known as All Hallows’… Continue Reading →

Have Your Sports… And Be Healthy, Too!

by Jessica Malen

Just because football season is coming to an end and the Superbowl is approaching, doesn’t mean you should go all-out with the hot dogs and beer. It’s also not an excuse to sit for hours on end. Can you have… Continue Reading →

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