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Making the Right Choices for Kidney Health

Kidney disease is a serious issue and in the United States, more than 26 million adults are suffering from chronic kidney disease.  Kidney disease is most commonly linked to those people over the age of 60 and with diabetes, heart disease or high blood pressure.  

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5 Tips for Curbing the Holiday Potluck

Potlucks are a no-fuss solution for holiday entertaining. Unfortunately, they’re loaded with pitfalls for people who are dedicated to healthy eating. With so many dishes being loaded with fat or sugar, is it possible to stick to good nutrition? It is, if you follow these healthy eating tips.

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How to Encourage Employee Health When Traveling

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Employee wellness is at the top of the list of priorities while travelling. A change in environment can cause the immune system to weaken for many men and women. That’s why it’s important to emphasize good health practices with your employees before they travel for business.

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How to Help Employees Maintain a Healthy Weight at Desk Jobs


We have written about the drawbacks of a mostly sedentary life before. As an employer, helping your employees be more active is in your best interest, as sedentarism leads to several health risks that can ultimately cost you. Staying active is essential for maintaining a healthy weight, which also lowers health risks. Here are some […]

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Incorporating Nutrition Into Your Workplace Wellness Program

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March is celebrated as National Nutrition Month, and it’s the ideal time for employers and employees to learn more about healthy eating. If your workplace currently has a wellness program or you are looking to add one, you might be interested in how nutrition can fit into your program. We have some tips for adding […]

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Just Joining the Workforce? See Our Tips to Stay Healthy at Work

ARCpoint Labs | Stay Healthy at Work

In fall, a number of recent college graduates often start their careers. It’s easy for those new to the workforce to prioritize their job and let their own health fall to the wayside. After all, adjusting to a new workplace can be challenging for even the most seasoned worker — it’s even more challenging when […]

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