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Have a Safe Holiday Season

by Megan Van Hoet

Late November through mid-January is the time of year for thankfulness, gratitude and togetherness. The beautiful holiday decorations, gathering of families and increased travel can pose risks you haven’t thought about. While enjoying time with family and friends, make sure… Continue Reading →

Amp up Your Diabetes Awareness

by Jessica Malen

November Is American Diabetes Month Nobody ever plans to get sick, yet diabetes is one of the primary causes of disability and death in the United States. Diabetes is a leading cause of heart attack, stroke, blindness, kidney failure and… Continue Reading →

What It’s Worth: The Value of Employee Financial Wellness

by Chris Sullivan

By GreenPath Financial Wellness Let’s say your payroll manager just missed her student loan payment for the second time or your head of facilities constantly racks up credit card charges to pay for his son’s competitive travel soccer team. Maybe… Continue Reading →

Five Tricks for a Safe and Spooky Halloween

by Jessica Malen

Have a healthy meal before. Give them a healthy dinner before they head out for trick or treating – don’t send them out on an empty stomach. Inspect the treats before they eat. Tell children not to accept – and… Continue Reading →

Why Managing Your Cholesterol Matters

by Jessica Malen

What Is High Cholesterol? Believe it or not, your body needs the waxy, fat-like substance known as cholesterol. Your body makes cholesterol naturally, but when there’s too much of it in your blood, it can build up on the walls… Continue Reading →

Be Patient, It May Take 254 Days to Develop a New Habit

by Megan Van Hoet

Attention levels vary from person to person, but many believe the average human attention span is now shorter than a goldfish’s. Recent studies show that in the smartphone era, the average person’s attention span has fallen from 12 seconds in… Continue Reading →

Play It “Safe” This Summer

by Kim Bielenda

Summer means good times under the sun and making memories with family and friends. While enjoying traditional summertime activities, however, it’s important to keep in mind certain safety measures. For example, two-thirds of drowning deaths occur in the summer, between… Continue Reading →

Food for Thought

by Jen Bucciarelli

A recent Lancet publication supports that diet is as important to mental health as it is to heart, digestive system and hormone health. Other researchers are zeroing in on the specific nutrients that can stabilize moods and help to prevent… Continue Reading →

How to Build Your Emotional Intelligence

by Beth Czischke

To summarize our last two posts, emotional intelligence, or EQ, is the awareness of one’s own and other people’s emotions, as well as the ability to manage them. EQ involves being able to understand and label emotions accurately, and use… Continue Reading →

Let’s Feel Merry and Bright This Holiday Season

by Kim Bielenda

The holiday season is upon us. This means a time for joy, celebration and reuniting with family and friends. While this may be true, the holidays can also bring increased stress and anxiety. Long, chaotic shopping trips, multiple obligations, lack… Continue Reading →

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