Do You Have a Thyroid Problem?

Thyroid – ever heard of it? A lot of people know it has something to do with the neck, or maybe even a gland, but that’s about it. However if you’ve ever had an issue with your thyroid, you know that it actually plays a large role in how you feel and your overall health […]

Continue Reading...
Share

Where Can I Go for Lab Work?

Having your blood drawn is a common procedure used to monitor your health. Through your blood counts, you can identify how healthy you are “on the inside,” as well as identify any problems or concerns. The levels tested through blood work such as white blood cell counts, red blood cell counts, iron levels, cholesterol levels […]

Continue Reading...
Share

The New Pyramid is a Plate

Many who grew up watching Power Rangers after school and the Cosby Show late at night are probably all too familiar with the food pyramid. Kids of the 1990s remember being taught that we need large portions of grains in a healthy diet (the bottom level), and that we also need a healthy dose of […]

Continue Reading...
Share

Healthy Vending Machines

Workplace wellness involves a lot of different things. Health Risk Assessments (HRAs) can identify areas of concern in an employee’s physical health. Employee health screenings offered on-site can give employees a “baseline” understanding of how healthy they really are, and educational classes can also boost health awareness around the office. And let’s not forget one […]

Continue Reading...
Share

Cholesterol Screening at Work?

Today we kick off a blog tour through some of the wellness tests involved in Employee Health Screens. On-site health screening services can be very convenient for large employers. Employee health screens allow you to help your employees know the state of their current health situation. By offering our services at your office, health screening […]

Continue Reading...
Share

STDs & Your Employees

It’s doubtful that STDs are a common topic in your workplace,  well that is if you’re not in health care.  Generally, personal and professional lines are not crossed and especially when it comes to the subject of STDs. While you might think that STDs aren’t your problem as a human resources manager, you’re right … […]

Continue Reading...
Share

Help Out your Spring Allergy Sufferers

Your employee’s dark under-eye circles might make it seem like she’s not slept for days, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. With pollen season in full-swing, her itching, sneezing and runny nose might be coming from spring allergies. As an employer, you can’t do much to help your employees conquer their spring allergy […]

Continue Reading...
Share

No Insurance? No Problem | Walk-In Health Care

Last week we talked about the growing issue many Americans are facing: they can’t get health care. Or, even if they have it, they can barely afford it. While Congress works away at finding a solution to this growing problem, several “pop-up” solutions are starting to be seen by smart businesses who want to help […]

Continue Reading...
Share

Feeling the Pains of High Health Care Costs or No Health Care Coverage At All

It’s a dog-eat-dog world out there for those who don’t have health insurance. Now I will try to stay off of the soapbox too long, but as a cancer survivor I must say: I love and I hate health insurance. And I have a feeling I’m not the only one – cancer or no cancer. […]

Continue Reading...
Share

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 […]

Continue Reading...
Share