6 Office Wellness Tips For Employees

For employees who spend a significant portion of their days in an office, maintaining healthy habits on a regular basis can be challenging. From spending hours sitting at a desk to dealing with the general stress of a job, many employees are experiencing a decline in their overall health. According to a survey from the Center for Disease Control, stress is the most significant threat to worker health and another survey even suggests that 3 in 4 Americans have experienced at least one symptom of stress in the last month, such as back pain, headaches, and fatigue which may ultimately lead to decreased productivity. 

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Tips To Protect Your Home While On Vacation

When you’re planning a vacation, there are so many details to consider. From booking flights and hotels to making sure you have everything packed to finding a pet-sitter — your to do list is likely already long. It’s easy to get so caught up in the excitement of an upcoming trip that you forget one of the most crucial tasks: making sure your home is safe from damage or robbery in your absence. Because summer is such a popular time for travel, July and August have a higher burglary rate than the remaining 10 months of the year. If you have upcoming travel plans, here are 10 tips to help ensure you return to your home just as you left it.

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Household Hazard Prevention Tips

When was the last time you considered the hazards lurking around your own home? Even common household items, like cleaning solutions or scissors, can pose a risk to your family — especially if you have children or pets in your home. Taking the time to assess these hazards, however, can help you keep your family safe while minimizing your risk of an accident. Here are a few things to consider to make your home safer. 

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Summer Water Safety Tips

With summer right around the corner, your family will likely be spending more time outside. Swimming is probably one of the activities on your list and while it offers several health benefits, it can also pose a few risks if safety measures aren’t taken. According to the Center for Disease Control, there are 3,536 unintentional drownings per year in the United States. Water-related accidents are the second leading cause of injury or death for children between 1-14 years old and the fifth leading cause for individuals of all ages. Luckily, there are many precautions you can take to help keep yourself and your family safe throughout the summer months.

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