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September Wellness: Focus on Disease Prevention

80% of infections are spread the same way: someone touches a germ-ridden surface, or someone spreads their germs to another person through a sneeze or a cough. Germs are tiny organisms that can live in the air, in the water, and on food. It’s important to remember how to protect yourself from germs. Being careful… Continue Reading

July Wellness: Fun & Safety in the Sun

July Wellness: Fun & Safety in the Sun

Pool & Beach Safety Beach vacations, pool days, and hanging out at the lake – finally, warm sunshine and longer days to linger outside. This season of easygoing, laid-back living is prime time for cooling off and relaxing in the water. People of all ages can enjoy splashing around, but adults need to be vigilant… Continue Reading

June is Men’s Health Month

June is Men’s Health Month

Mental health is important to your overall well-being just as much as nutrition, exercise, or even oxygen. But when it comes to mental health issues, such as depression, men are less likely to speak up or seek help. Depression can affect any man at any age or stage of life, and geneticscan increase the chances… Continue Reading

May Wellness: Focus on Physical Fitness

A healthy workout routine should include all four types of exercises: balance, strength, endurance, and flexibility. You don’t need to include all of them in one day, but varying the type of exercises throughout your routine helps keep your body in the best shape possible. Doing different types of exercises also keeps your fitness routine… Continue Reading

April Wellness: Ergonomics

Prevention is key for Ergonomic Injuries Taking proper steps to ensure that you are being safe at work can reduce your risk for a work-related injury. One of the most frequently reported causes of lost or restricted work time is work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). MSDs can affect your muscles, ligaments, tendons, nerves, and blood vessels.… Continue Reading

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