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Take the Stairs | Five Ways to Promote Health at the Office

Staying fit while working a 9 to 5 job can sometimes be overwhelming. Sitting in a desk all day sipping on coffee, getting energized by a quick meal and working late can really take its tole on a person’s body. That is why we have come up with five ways you can encourage a healthy […]

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Lower Health Care Costs Through Work Place Wellness

If you’re a business owner and are thinking about changing or modifying your company’s health care coverage consider doing a health assessment on your employees first. People who lead unhealthy lifestyles are more prone to chronic illness. Chronic illness is one of the highest drivers in health care costs. What is a Health Assessment? Even […]

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Fresh Fruit Tuesday

We just heard of a great idea coming from a growing international company: Fresh Fruit Tuesday! One of their co-workers gave us the inside scoop: A wellness specialist offered some great ideas to the company about how to incorporate wellness strategies into the corporate daily life. I’m sure that hearing about the benefits to employee […]

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Healthy Food Guides & Signs for Employees

We just love a good, easy chart that shows you good choices vs. bad choices. So when it comes to Workplace Wellness, why not boost employee health with some good reminders. We send a “Thanks” to Pintrest and several designers/bloggers for coming up with these great signs. Make sure to click on the “source” link […]

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Hosting a Healthy Office Pot-luck

Office birthdays, holidays, and laid back Fridays, what do they all have in common? Usually they involve food. This time when the office parties roll in, keep your office void of sugary sweets by encouraging healthy potluck! How often are people in the workplace bringing in food to share? Maybe it’s someone’s birthday or you […]

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Pay Your Employees to Exercise? Seriously?

“Oh My! How times have changed,” may be a comment you frequently hear when you hang out with those in their senior (or should we say “sunset”) years. Those who survived the Great Depression and had a piece in helping rebuild a new America often remark at how times have changed in society, family and business. […]

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Finding Wellness in the Workplace: Diabetes

In the United States alone, nearly one million new cases of diabetes are diagnosed each year.  Diabetes and its complications can cost employers and employees significant amounts of money in medical bills and lost time. Learning the facts is the first step in the fight against diabetes. What is diabetes? There are two main types […]

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