Health and wellness programs at the workplace seem to fail almost as often as personal health and wellness New Year’s resolutions. Here are a few thoughts on turning things around in 2017. As the poet Rainer Maria Wilke said, “And now we welcome the new year, full of things that have
I believe it’s safe to say people want to be happy. We seek it in various ways—playing sports, watching TV, listening to music, etc. All of those are great, and I’d like to propose a way you may not have thought about: eating more fruit and vegetables. A new study in the A
There are several strategies to help avoid or mitigate stress at work, such as taking a walk, eating lunch somewhere other than your desk, or getting enough sleep. However, there’s another strategy that many fail to consider—focusing on the positive things that happen to you.
I know a lot of you are going to say, “Ain’t nobody got time for that,” but hear me out because I’m looking out for your health. If you want to reduce your blood pressure and possibly take fewer medications, then take a nap. “Although [poet] William Blake affir
I’m about to tell you two great things about chocolate and cats. You’re probably thinking, “Those two things are already great; how much greater can they be?” Well, according to research published in the journal Heart, eating up to 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of cho