Category:Health Tips

For Your Heart, Eat Less Added Sugar

It’s American Heart Month! There are so many ways you can improve your heart health, but there’s one in particular that I’d like to focus on: Eating less added sugar. Reducing the amount of added sugar you eat will reduce your risk of heart disease. It will also lower your Read more


Love Yourself First

It’s Valentine’s Day, and Cupid has officially taken over the world. Are you sick of it yet, or fully embracing the day with starry eyes? It doesn’t matter either way, because I’m not here to talk about hearts, teddy bears, and chocolate. I want to talk about something much more Read more


How to Stick to Your New Year’s Resolution

The first month of 2018 is coming to a close. By now you’re either going strong on your New Year’s resolution…or starting to waver. Either way, it’s okay! I’m here to help you stay motivated and stick to your resolution. This is the year you’re going to exercise more, eat Read more


Our Holiday Traditions

tradition the transmission of customs or beliefs from generation to generation, or the fact of being passed on in this way. Recently, our team started talking about holiday traditions. At first, some of us didn’t even realize we had traditions. The more we talked, the more we realized that each Read more

favorite holiday recipes

Our Favorite Holiday Recipes

There’s so much to look forward to in December. Besides the family time, gift-giving, and general cheer, there’s the food! Cooking takes on a whole new meaning during Christmas time, when we get to eat and celebrate with our closest family and friends. In the spirit of that, we decided Read more

Tips for Healthy Skin
Category:Health Tips

Tips for Healthy Skin

November is Healthy Skin Month, which is fitting, since this is about the time that my skin starts to dry out and I feel like a human crocodile. (Anyone else?) It got me thinking; skin is the largest organ in our body, so why don’t we talk about it more? Read more

Category:Health Tips

Lung Cancer Screenings & More

There’s one thing that sets lung cancer apart from other cancers: it has a known cause. And while all lung cancer is not caused by smoking cigarettes, 80-90% of lung cancer deaths are. That’s a startling number, especially when you consider that lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer Read more

Prevent Eye Injuries

Prevent Eye Injuries

October is Eye Injury Prevention Month! If you work in construction, medicine, landscape, or welding, you probably hear about this topic all the time. Eye protection is a critical part of Occupational Health and Safety, and for good reason: more than 2,000 eye injuries occur in the workplace everyday. We Read more

Trick or Treat Safety Tips

Trick or Treat Safety Tips

Halloween should be scary because of monsters – not because you’re worried about children’s safety. Trick or treating is a time to make memories and have fun in the community, and we want to make sure everyone does that without danger. Every person has a role in keeping trick-or-treaters safe. Read more