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How to Take Care of Your Heart (Literally), Part 2

February 16, 2015


February is here, which is a reminder to take a little time to think about your heart. We don't just mean romance, either. This February, let the international day for lovers be a reminder that there's more to heart health than just who you...

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How to Take Care of Your Heart (Literally), Part 1

February 13, 2015


February is the month of Valentine's Day, which means it's a time when most people decide to spend extra time thinking about matters of the heart. While love and romance are an important part of life, there's a lot more to maintaining a healthy...

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Healthy Snacks You Can Eat at Work

February 09, 2015


One of the best ways to create a healthy workplace is to encourage employees and coworkers to bring snacks to work that are both flavorful and healthy. Donuts, chips, and other fatty, greasy foods are often popular, but they can also have a...

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The Top Foods For Boosting Brain Power

February 02, 2015


One of the biggest parts of any employment wellness plan for your business will be encouraging employees to eat healthy, nutrient-rich diets. Like the old saying "you are what you eat" implies, diet can have a big impact on energy, mood, and...

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Organization Tips for Better Mental Health at Work

January 26, 2015


Maintaining a clean desk isn't just about staying organized and maintaining efficiency. A cluttered, disorganized desk can increase the level of stress you feel on the job, and taking the time every so often to reorganize your desk can help you

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How Proper Sitting Posture Improves Workplace Health

January 22, 2015


At many modern workplaces, the majority of an employee's day is spent sitting at a desk while working on a computer. If you spend 6 to 8 hours a day in a sitting position, there are several important health tips.

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Exercise Intensity and Blood Sugar Control

April 02, 2010


Researchers have known for a long time that exercise is very helpful for controlling diabetes and its complications. Exercise helps lower blood sugar levels in the body similar to insulin. Regular exercise also helps improve insulin sensitivity...

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Exercise Slows Atherosclerosis and Stabilizes Plaque

February 01, 2010

 Heart disease and strokes continue to be the leading cause of death in the United States and most other developed countries. It is well known that a build-up of cholesterol in the arteries forming plaque is the primary underlying cause of both...

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