#WellnessWednesday tips on how to do more than just simply manage migraines, especially while at work.
Summer 2020 heat is brutal but here are a few ways to identify heat illnesses and understand the importance of heat safety.
Summer is an exciting time of the year that is typically filled with cookouts, outdoor activities, and other fun events. Try these tips today!
Even though you are sitting comfortably at a desk all day, your muscles can get tight and sore. You can loosen strains with the quick desk stretches.
Long-term exposure to UV rays can result in eye problems that may lead to vision loss from conditions like cataracts or macular degeneration.
Studies have shown that eating a healthy breakfast can lead to better strength and endurance, sharper concentration and better problem-solving abilities.
There is no such thing as a healthy tan. Any type of suntan is the result of sun damage caused by exposure to UV radiation from the sun.
When working in environments with hot temperatures, high humidity or prolonged exposure to the sun, the risk for heat illness rises.
Swimming is the 4th most popular recreational activity in the U.S, and it’s for good reason. Swimming has been linked to health many benefits.