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Wellness Works

Don't Let Stress Break Employees' Hearts or Their Spirits

It isn't a coincidence that National Stress Awareness Month and National Humor Month are observed at the same time. Stress is a very common denominator for humans, regardless if at work, home, school, or wherever our daily travels carry us. And humor is a factor we can learn to  (Read more)

An Ounce of Prevention

Why Aren't You Laughing?!

Humor is a universal language, and good medicine. We watch comedies on television and at the movies and read humorous articles and books. We relax at the end of the day with Letterman, Fallon, or Kimmel. We enjoy sharing a joke at the office, when we're meeting with friends,  (Read more)

It's Seasonal

Big Eyes, Big Plates, Big Bellies

Come spring, there are two feared words certain to cause emotional distress and anxiety, trigger subconscious rumblings, and often motivate us to the equivalent of fight or flight action. Ready? Here they come: Bathing suits!

If you're on top of  (Read more)

Wellness Matters

Understanding the Misunderstood Thyroid

The thyroid is a small, butterfly-shaped gland located in your lower neck. It has enormous responsibility for the body's metabolic processes. Specifically, it releases two primary hormones - triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4) - that control metabolism.

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