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Improving Health

The holidays are here! For many Canadians, this is a time of joy and wonder. A time to take some much-deserved time off; a time to reconnect with family, and a time to focus on relaxation and fun for a change. Good for you. Enjoy!

Of course, the holidays also come with some potential risks to your health, but the best way to avoid those Grinch-like outcomes is to be aware of them. With that, please enjoy (and be mindful of) our 12 days of holiday hazards…

12/17/2018

As another Movember winds down and men everywhere prepare to pick up neglected razors and lose that manly handlebar, pencil or chevron ‘stache, we look at how the Movember movement is helping men everywhere lose a little bit of their ‘manliness’, in the interest of good health and spending more time with loved ones. Here’s how and why ‘being a man’ became uncool…

11/28/2018

The following was previously published in Canadian HR Reporter.

Affordable benefit plans are an essential incentive for employees, but currently pose challenges for companies as costs continue to rise and health claims and prescription drug requirements become more complex.

11/12/2018

As we turn towards the homestretch of 2018, it’s time look back once again at what our twitter followers found interesting in Q3, and try to learn a lesson or two that we can use to guide us in making sure we produce engaging content for our followers as we forge ahead toward 2019.

10/15/18

With the kids heading back to school, here are some tips to help keep them safe and sound while they readjust to a new routine after the summer break.

Chips and pop are not food groups – healthy eating at school

Although healthy eating is something we should do all the time, kids may get into bad habits during summer break, when they have more freedom to choose their own snacks. Back to school is a good time to get the kids back into healthy eating habits.

09/04/2018

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