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Two Tips Toward a Healthier Longevity

By / March 7, 2013 / / 0 Comments

Americans are living longer these days, but that doesn’t mean that they are living healthier. Obesity is at epidemic levels, nearly 10% of the population has diabetes and we’ve talked previously about the incidence of high blood pressure, about 1 in 3 experience hypertension. Most people are aware of some of the basic lifestyle changes […]

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Does Lunchtime Hold the Key to Weight Loss?

By / March 4, 2013 / / 0 Comments

Interesting research has just come out from a new study in the Journal of Obesity. The author of the study, Frank Scheer, an associate neuroscientist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and an assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School suggest, “We should start to consider meal timing in addition to calories and meal composition […]

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Incident Investigation

By / February 26, 2013 / / 0 Comments

When an accident occurs in the workplace, it is important to investigate the facts surrounding the incident. There are bound to be many contributing factors and it is important to isolate them and control them in the future. The ultimate goal of incident investigation is to gather facts, no blame, and eliminate the hazard to […]

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OSHA Record Keeping

By / February 20, 2013 / / 0 Comments

Overview of the fines associated with non-compliance of record keeping with workplace injuries and illnesses.

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Change in Hours at Emergency One

By / February 14, 2013 / / 0 Comments

Over the past few years we have recognized that the use of Urgent Care Centers in our community (and nationally) has increased due in part to the changes in health care delivery and the expectations of people wanting care NOW. The reasons for this growth include: cost, convenience, customer service, trust, and quality care just to […]

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Cold Weather Conditions and How to Treat Them

By / February 8, 2013 / / 0 Comments

A look at conditions associated with severe cold weather and its treatment.

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Be Prepared for Cold Weather

By / January 31, 2013 / / 0 Comments

Winter is here, so now it’s time to start preparing to stay healthy and warm when venturing outside. During these months, cold injuries are very common and may even be fatal. Low temperatures alone can cause injuries, but when the wind is added, the chill factor becomes critical. If our body temperature falls two degrees […]

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Heart Disease and Cholesterol Screenings

By / January 23, 2013 / / 0 Comments

Over of the role of HDL and LDL cholesterol in risk of heart disease

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Employee Assistance Program – How it works

By / January 16, 2013 / / 0 Comments

How an Employee Assistance Program EAP works

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Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs)

By / January 10, 2013 / / 0 Comments

Overview of Employee Assistance Programs EAP

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