Healthy Living

Why Summer Is a Good Time to Focus on Employee Wellness

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Have you thought about how you’re feeling about your job? Chances are, you and many of your employees might not be engaged and may be fatigued. According to research from HUB International, 54 percent of benefits professionals say employee morale is the most significant metric improved when implementing employee…

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4 Things to Do at Work to Be Healthier

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Are you at your desk now wondering how you can be healthier at work? If you’re feeling stressed out and/or lethargic, there are a number of things you can do to improve your well-being and health while doing your job. Here are four smart choices you can make for better health while you’re at work.

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6 Small Changes for Healthier Living

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Healthy habits can start with just small changes. While many wait until the New Year to make changes to their routine, it’s never too late to start making changes for a healthier lifestyle.

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How Much Sleep Should We Really Get?

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Sleep: It’s something that you probably wish you could get more of. Approximately 40 percent of Americans get less than seven hours of sleep per night, according to a recent Gallup poll. So, how much sleep is needed before it effects you? Find out below, along with some of the factors that affect sleep in both children and adults.

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Healthy Activities After Work

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It was only a few months ago that the sun might have been setting on your way to work. Summer is finally here, and with that comes an opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors, even after a long day at the office. While some of the activities below might be no brainers, some are ones you may not have thought of. Here are a few ways you can enjoy those long summer evenings, while getting in some exercise.

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Healthy Habits of Energetic Employees

Let’s face it: trying to concentrate on projects and assignments for eight hours is tough. In fact, CareerBuilder says that 21 percent of workers spend one hour or more searching the Internet for non-work reasons. There are also other distractions like text messages and office gossip that can make your work environment unproductive. However, in most offices, there is that one person who does not let their distractions get in his or her way, and gets anything and everything done before deadlines. This “energetic employee” is a model to follow and might exhibit the following traits…

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