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June 2013

Tasty Thursday-A Summer Salad

Southwest corn salad

Summer Southwest Corn Salad 

Feeling inspired to make a seasonal summer recipe? Here’s a fresh-tasting corn salad that you can make when the ears of corn are six for a dollar and you have a couple vine-ripened tomatoes handy. Fresh cilantro and red onion flavors complete the salad perfectly.

Wellness Wednesday-Workplace Wellness

What is Workplace Wellness?
Workplace wellness refers to the education and activities that a worksite may do to promote healthy lifestyles for employees and their families.

Talking Tuesday-HCR and Strategies

Health Care Reform

By Ed Gussio-President, Benefit Logic, Inc.

There has been lots of discussion about how businesses are positioning themselves to minimize the impact of health care reform on their bottom line. From reducing hours to eliminating full-time employees, we have heard many options that will have a detrimental effect on employees.

Motivational Monday-Setting Goals

Planning to Live Your Life Your Way by Setting Goals

Many people feel as if they’re adrift in the world. They work hard, but they don’t seem to get anywhere worthwhile. Sometimes, that’s why setting goals can be so important.

A key reason that they feel this way is that they haven’t spent enough time thinking about what they want from life, and haven’t set themselves formal goals.

Fitness Friday-Summer Fun and Travel

Family Vacation Ideas
It’s the first day of summer and the start of summer fun and travel! Have you started planning the family vacation yet? If not, you better start to be able to get the best pick of airline seats, and availability of hotel rooms for that summer fun.

Start your planning by writing down your family’s needs and wants.

Wellness Wednesday-Summer Colds

Tips for Coping With a Summer Cold
Summer is here…finally. We’ve left behind the winter blues, but some things just don’t go away, like that nasty cold. So many of us in our office and even our family members have what we think are summer colds. At first, we thought they might be allergies.

Talking Tuesday-BPA Raises Asthma Risk in Children

Talking Tuesday-BPA Raises Asthma Risk in Children

In yet another study to find adverse health effects from BPA (bisphenol A), a common component in plastics, food can liners, and store receipts, researchers at Columbia University’s School of Public Health found a link between early childhood exposure to the chemical and an increased risk for asthma in young children.

Motivational Monday

Thankful Thursday

Wellness Wednesday-Summer Health & Wellness Tips

Wellness Wednesday-Summer Health & Wellness Tips

Brought to you by Jaime Wheeler, and

Everyone looks forward to summertime picnics, beaches, boating, and barbeques. However, summer brings unique health challenges that can affect family fun. Avoid some of the pitfalls of the season by following these helpful tips.

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