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Big Breakfast Promotes Weight Loss

Eating six small meals a day has been go-to diet advice for decades. The general thought behind this recommendation is that when we eat more often, we are able to stave off the annoying hunger pains that come along with weight loss diets, resulting in long-term success. Likewise, fewer spikes in our blood sugar (caused…

A Vegan Diet Can Improve Overall Health In Employees With Diabetes

Diabetes affects well over twenty million people in the US today. People who suffer from diabetes often feel frustrated and inconvenienced when it comes to diet, exercise, and daily life. There is a myriad of ways that individuals seek to help alleviate symptoms of their condition. Whether it be online research, health fairs, experimental meds, etc….

Vision Screening Your Workforce

There are many things your employees do that jeopardize the health of their eyes. Staring at computers or other digital devices for long hours can contribute to decreasing vision. However, other common issues like diet, eye strain, rubbing of the eyes, and refusal to wear corrective eyewear when needed can also result in poor eye…

National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and as the third most diagnosed form of cancer, it is time to give this disease the attention it deserves. Every year doctors discover over 97,000 new cases of colon cancer and more than 43,000 cases of rectal cancer. While colorectal cancer is one of the leading causes…

Research Finds Little Difference Among Diet Plans’ Long Term Effectiveness

Paleo, Keto, DASH, Mediterranean – it seems like there is no end in sight to the latest diet fads that promise to help you lose weight and improve your health. Combine those approaches with the latest exercise, pharmaceutical, and surgical options available to us, and it is no wonder we struggle to figure out which…

Vegetarian Diet and Mediterranean Diet May Be Equally Effective in Preventing Heart Disease

Dietary changes are often the first course of action recommended for people who are at risk for heart disease. Doctors have a range of diets to choose from to help their patients get healthy, including vegetarian and Mediterranean plans. However, until recently, doctors were not sure which diet fared better for those at risk for…

Alcohol, Coffee, and the Case for Moderation

We often hear that moderation is the key to everything. When it comes to diet, new information about how we should be eating makes headlines on a daily basis, and much of what we learn seems to contradict claims published the week before. One day dairy is bad, the next soy. All the changing advice…

National Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day: How Are You Keeping Your Workforce Screened for Heart Disease?

February 22nd is National Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day. Despite heart disease being one of the most common killers in America, responsible for one out of every four deaths, very few people are aware of the specific condition of heart valve disease (HVD). Are you doing enough to protect your employees? What is Heart Valve…

How Can You Encourage a Heart-Healthy Workforce?

The American Heart Association has recently published the 2018 statistics for cardiovascular diseases and the results are grim. They have discovered that every 38 seconds someone in America dies from a cardiac-related event. Not only are these diseases proving deadly, they are becoming costly too, racking up $329.7 billion in health expenses and productivity losses…

The Biggest Risk Factors for Cancer: February is National Cancer Prevention Month

This year in the United States alone, approximately 1,735,350 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed. As researchers try to understand more about this disease every day and develop the latest treatments to save lives, one message is clear. Knowing the risk factors associated with cancer is one of the best ways to protect ourselves…

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