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      Wellness – September 2022

      Wellness – September 2022

      5 Daily Practices to Harness and Use Your Emotions Your emotions can provide you with guidance, energy, connection, and much more. Key points Growing up in an "emotionally blind" home walls off a person's feelings so they don't have full access to them as an adult....

      Wellness – August 2022

      Wellness – August 2022

      August Is National Wellness Month: Let's Make Well-Being a Priority All Year Long The challenges of the past two years have reinforced the notion that support for employee well-being is no longer just a “nice-to-have.” Instead, it’s become a major retention factor....

      Wellness – July 2022

      Wellness – July 2022

      Weekend Warriors May Get Same Overall Health Benefits as Regular Exercisers Experts say you can still achieve overall health benefits even if you work out only on weekends. Experts recommend that adults get at least 150 minutes of exercise per week. One or two longer...

      Wellness – June 2022

      Wellness – June 2022

      Are Summer Fridays the Key to Feeling Happier at Work? More than eight in 10 employees reveal they are for them A new poll suggests “Summer Fridays” may be the answer to boosting employee happiness at work. In a survey, commissioned by Wisetail and conducted by...

      Wellness – May 2022

      Wellness – May 2022

      Adopting Healthy Habits Can Add Up To 6 Years To Your Life — Even In Middle & Older Age   A new longevity study reveals that healthy lifestyle habits add up to six years to an individual's life—even if they're adopted in middle or older age. The study,...

      Wellness – April 2022

      Wellness – April 2022

      The Well-being Schmooze: Biggest Buzzword Of 2022 And Why Companies Are Out For A Surprise The two years of living with a virus has made many rethink broader life experiences. Many have started deeply contemplating their current realities whether at work, at home, or...

      Wellness – March 2022

      Wellness – March 2022

      Well-being and cognitive ability are linked throughout childhood, study finds A longitudinal study has found evidence that well-being and cognition mutually affect each other throughout childhood and early adolescence. The study, published in the journal Clinical...

      Wellness – February 2022

      Wellness – February 2022

      What "Plogging" Does To Your Body Makes It Such An Effective Workout You'll be exercising your heart in more ways than one "Plogging" is making major waves in the fitness world right now—and for good reason. If you haven't heard of this type of workout before, we're...

      Wellness – January 2022

      Wellness – January 2022

      Resistance Training: Here’s Why It’s So Effective for Weight Loss Unlike endurance exercises, evidence shows resistance training not only has beneficial effects on reducing body fat, it also increases muscle size and strength. Weight lifting, also known as resistance...

      Wellness – December 2021

      Wellness – December 2021

      Holiday Wellness Tips: Maintain Good Health and Start the New Year Off Right! Staying healthy during the holidays is usually a lot easier said than done. Everyone feels a little overwhelmed during the holiday season with the pressure to be a social butterfly and...

      Wellness – November 2021

      Wellness – November 2021

      What’s Blue Light, and How Does It Affect Our Eyes? Chances are, you’re reading this article on a device that emits blue light. With the amount of time people spend in front of screens reaching record highs, should you be concerned about the blue light streaming into...

      Wellness – October 2021

      Wellness – October 2021

      Top 4 Tips to Maximize Immune Function for Covid-19, the Flu, or Anything Else that Comes Your Way Health has become a national topic of interest. No longer are we plagued with the basic flu season, now there's Covid-19 and the many variants that follow. The first...