Visual impairment can have a huge impact on quality of life. Incorporating superfoods can slow the effects of visual degeneration.
Hobbies are healthy and necessary. Making a habit of hobbies will provide happiness and satisfaction outside the workplace.
Understanding the potential health risks of business travel and employing common sense tips, can make your trip less risky.
Who is using social media when it comes to health? A PricewaterhouseCoopers report on social media and health care indicates that 42 percent of individuals viewing health information on social media look at health-related consumer reviews.
Remote work. The virtual office. Virtual teams. Once, this described the workplace of the future. Today, it’s a workplace reality being embraced by employers and employees alike. What is it about remote work that is so beneficial, and what has changed to cause this proliferation?
Despite sounding too good to be true (which they are), this bad diet advice was adopted—then abandoned—by numerous people trying to modify their diet in pursuit of a healthier lifestyle and smaller waistline. Here are three of the worst dieting tips which have remained popular over the decades.
You cannot be efficient when your work station–your cubicle, your desk, your office–is unorganized. It seems everyone in your office place knows this except for you. Get organized and show them you have the discipline and desire to be a great employee.
You’ve heard the promises. Weight loss quick and without exercise. Some of these diets may take pounds off, but chances are they won’t keep the weight off. Another problem with fad diets is that they can harm your health by requiring you to avoid certain types of foods. The result? An insufficient intake of vital nutrients.
Research has shown the workplace support that emotional support animals provide is valuable to employees. ESAs can improve happiness, lower stress and even help in employee team building. And let us not forget productivity!
There is a lot of misinformation out there regarding long-term disability insurance. We’re here to set the record straight on five of the most common myths. And check out how we took down three other long-term disability misconceptions here.