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Childhood cancer survivors face ‘job lock’ to keep insurance

Many working adults worry about work-related health insurance, but they don’t let those fears stop them from changing jobs or careers, but that’s not the case for childhood cancer survivors who are less likely to change jobs for fear of losing their work-related health insurance.

Is your work schedule making you fat?

Working the night shift typically comes with extra pay as a perk. But shift workers also get something unintended and unwanted—an increased risk of obesity.

WHO highlights workplace mental health

Managers who lead initiatives to help employees who experience depression and anxiety can mitigate the effects of mental health disorders.

Staying healthy at work during flu season

It’s that time of year when chicken soup, over-the-counter medicines and doctor visits become a lot more frequent. The 2017-2018 flu season is here too, and guarding against it in most work settings will require extra care.

Have a laugh; It's good for you

Research indicates that there is truth to the expression, ‘laughter is good for the soul.’ Medical findings over the last several years point to a connection between overall health and laughter.

Getting familiar with the Dirty Dozen

With the movement towards eating organic or clean foods growing, a group of foods collectively called “The Dirty Dozen” is set to gain your attention.

How safe are office potlucks?

Workplace potlucks are particularly popular in the fall season with Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s events. But work potlucks should be enjoyed with a measure of caution.

New study finds cycling to work yields amazing health benefits

In addition to the feel of the breeze on your face and the sense of euphoria cycling can evoke, a recent study reported in the British Medical Journal found that people who cycle to work dramatically lowered their risks of getting and dying from heart disease and cancer, which are leading causes of death in the United Kingdom and the United States.

A few tips on how to boost your productivity

Working smarter instead of harder at work is one the of best ways to get through the day. The last thing you want to happen is to look up at the clock and it’s check out time and you’ve barely made it through your To Do List. Here are some tips to make the most of your workday.

Facebook might be making you lonely

You log onto your favorite social media sites countless times a day to interact with others. But does all that sharing — and oversharing — come with a price?

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