5 Steps for Preventing Chronic Disease

How healthy are you? The National Health Council reports that at least 157 million Americans will be afflicted with a chronic disease by the end of this year – a trend due in part to our aging population. However, different lifestyle factors also influence the outcome of this statistic, revealing that all age groups are vulnerable to…

5 Ways to Embrace the Danish Concept of Hygge

Hygge may not be a household word in the States quite yet, but it’s currently experiencing a popularity growth spurt and influencing the way many Americans live their lives. With origins in Denmark, the word—pronounced “hoo-gah”—roughly translates to “coziness” in English, although most Danes will argue that hygge has more to do with well-being than…

Combat the effects of social distancing while protecting our nation’s most vulnerable

This article originally appeared on the Lincoln Financial Group Website. Our world and how we interact with each other has changed drastically in the past few weeks. Businesses are closing or moving to work-from-home arrangements. Schools are closing. As a nation, we’ve been asked to avoid public gatherings and socially distance ourselves from each other.…

Spring Forward? Five Ways to Update Your Routine When You’re Losing an Hour Of Sleep

Most of us relish the extra evening hour that comes with Daylight Savings Time, but losing that hour can come with schedule consequences…and even health consequences. In fact, Daylight Savings Time has been linked to increased heart attacks, and another study found that fatal car accidents increased the Monday after the Daylight Savings Time switch.…

Five Employee-Focused Programs to Enhance in 2020

The start of a New Year—and decade!—is the perfect time to kick off or refresh HR-related programs. As company culture becomes more important than ever for employees, the payoff that comes from programs that meet their needs can be huge in terms of retention. Don’t forget that with the New Year comes resolutions—and for some…