Women's Fitness Tips: How to fit exercise into a busy schedule

On September 29, 2020 /   fitness, physical health, women's health

We’ve heard it all: Exercise is important! No pain no gain! At least 150 minutes of exercise per week! And don’t forget the strength training, cardio, and there’s yoga! Get a gym membership! Run a marathon! Join a fitness club! Lose weight! And the list goes on. As women, it can be very daunting […]

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How to Help Children want to Eat Vegetables

On September 15, 2020 /   nutrition, family health

Healthy eating habits start from day 1. My sister once told me of a time that she went to the grocery store with her two little boys—ages 5 and 2. When she passed the vegetable section and was contemplating buying kale for one of her meals for the week, her 5-year-old starting chanting “I love […]

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Healthy Habits for Your Kids

On September 2, 2020 /   family health

Did you know that September is childhood obesity month? Childhood obesity is becoming more and more of a problem in our country. But this blog post is not about childhood obesity—or at least that’s not the focus. Rather it’s about childhood overall health. The truth is it is hard to measure your […]

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Vending Companies for a Better Break Room

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How to Adjust your Wellness Program to Support Social Distancing

On August 11, 2020 /   corporate wellness, employee wellness

Coordinating a Wellness Program during a pandemic has been interesting to say the least. We now have employees working from home and those who are coming into work can no longer gather in groups larger than 10. Say goodbye to all your sports tournaments, corporate games, health fairs, lunch n […]

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Nutrition for Breastfeeding Mothers

On August 7, 2020 /   nurition, Breast Feeding

We want to close out National Breastfeeding Week with some important nutrition advice for the breastfeeding mothers. This information could be shared in a newsletter or in a lunch-n-learn presentation because whether you have employees who are breastfeeding or employees who have spouses or family […]

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How to Set Up a Lactation Room for your Nursing Employees

On August 4, 2020 /   healthy workplace, Breast Feeding

Did you know that under the new revisions to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) most employers are now required to provide a lactation room for nursing employees? If you are an employer who does not yet have a lactation room in your facility, you might be thinking, “What is a lactation room? And […]

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Client Testimonial-Night Shift Success

On June 12, 2020 /   Diabetes, Testimonial, Night Shift

My name is Brock and I am a 48-year-old male. At the age of 28 I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. I did not really know the whys and the wherefores at the time but tried not to let the information get me down and went about my merry way.

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Family Health and Fitness Day-Saturday June 13th

This Saturday, June 13th 2020,  is the National Recreation and Park Association's Family Health and Fitness Day. This day was created to promote the importance of parks and recreation in keeping communities healthy. Did you know:  

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Walk Your Way to Better

I recently got a hold of the book Walk Your Way to Better by Joyce Shulman. When I first received the book I felt that the title was incomplete. Walk your way to better.... what? However, I didn't have to dive too deep into the book to find out there was no better title for this book. You are […]

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