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The Importance of "Unsick Days"

Many companies are adopting the idea of “unsick” days to give employees a day to focus on their health. Check out our list of health-related things you can do on your “unsick” day:

Type B Flu on the Rise: 5 Ways to Fight the Bug

The first day of Spring has passed but the flu still remains. State health officials report flu activity remains widespread throughout the region, and influenza B continues to rise this month.

Healthy Gift Ideas for Coworkers

Looking for a healthy gift idea for your coworkers? Check out these 5 healthy gift ideas that anyone will enjoy.

Prepare for the Week with Meal Prep

Cooking dinner every night can be such a chore when you are tired and just want to relax after a long day. To save time during the week, many people use the meal preparation system to prepare all of their meals for the week in one day. Want to give it a try? Check out our grocery list and weekly menu!

8 Easy Ways to Add Extra Steps to Your Day

Walking more is one of the simplest items of health advice there is. Many fitness apps discuss a goal of taking 10,000 steps in a day, which is roughly equivalent to the Surgeon General’s recommendation to reduce your risk for major diseases. There are plenty of easy ways to boost your step count with a few changes in habit.