The Opioid Epidemic: What Employers Need to Know

The use of substances have held a place in American history dating back to the 17th century: our current social context is a variation of the theme of our country’s long relationship with drugs and chemical dependence. The purpose of this article is to review the realities we face and what employers need to know so that they can make a difference.

posted on 02.23.2018

Tips For Practicing A Healthy Office Lifestyle

Working in an office can make fitting in extra exercise difficult during the workday. We've put together some tips on how to increase physical activity during your workday and help improve your overall wellbeing. 

posted on 02.22.2018

Your Guide to Fitness-For-Duty

posted on 02.16.2018

American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month and a great opportunity to make physical activity part of your routine to improve heart health. One of the easiest, most cost effective and helpful exercises for the heart is jogging.  Many people think about running, but find it difficult to get started.  The good news is you don’t just start out running; the best thing you can do is start slow – walking first, increasing your pace over time, mixing in a bit of jogging and then building those bits into longer periods of jogging.  Here are a few tips on how to motivate yourself to get active. 

posted on 02.13.2018