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HealthyFed Blog

  • Is it ever OK to cry at work?

    In a survey of workers across the country, an author found that there are benefits to crying in the office, but the emotion has a different effect on men than women. May 03, 2017 More Posts

  • Mediterranean diet more than just weight loss

    It has been touted as one of the healthiest diets in the world; the traditional cuisine rich in fresh produce, healthy fats, whole grains and limited dairy, the Mediterranean diet is way more than just a plan to shed a few pounds. Dec 12, 2016 More Posts

  • Working wife and higher divorce theory debunked

    A new study debunks the belief that a marriage that involves a working, independent wife is more likely to end in divorce. Aug 10, 2016 More Posts

  • Celebrating National Nutrition Month

    Have you noticed anything different about the menu options in your cafeteria at work recently? Or maybe you participated in a healthy eating webinar or received an email notification about nutrition from HR? Mar 29, 2016 More Posts

  • New study: Have a seat, it won’t kill you

    The standing workstation has become a more common sight in offices across the country—some are shelling out thousands of dollars for custom-made stations and others are spending hours configuring their own with low-cost Ikea parts and furniture. But a new British study says that sitting is no more harmful than standing. Oct 14, 2015 More Posts

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  • Program S brings professional opportunities to an Air Force wife

    As the spouse of an Air Force technical sergeant, Jennifer Primus knows the drill: Receive a PCS (permanent change of station) order, pack up, relocate, look for a new job in an unfamiliar community, repeat. Sep 13, 2017 More Posts

  • Federal employees will help Harvey survivors recover

    There is a silver lining to Harvey’s historic storm clouds, which will deeply affect parts of Texas and Louisiana for years to come: It’s those countless residents who ventured out in their own boats and boots to rescue their neighbors, demonstrating an inspiring drive to serve. Sep 01, 2017 More Posts

  • How to get in on the hiring free-for-all for Border Patrol agents

    Uncle Sam is looking for a few good Border Patrol Agents – 5,000 of them, in fact. The Department of Homeland Security is having such a hard time finding enough qualified men and women to do this tough and important job that it recently issued a request for proposals from outside consultants to put together a “hard-hitting recruiting campaign.” Aug 14, 2017 More Posts

  • Jobs priority for relocated military spouses

    Being married to someone serving active duty presents many challenges, from making a home on a military base to moving many times, around the country or around the world. But if your family depends in part on your employment income, finding a new job each time your spouse gets a PCS order (permanent change of station) may be the most daunting hurdle you face. Jul 26, 2017 More Posts

  • How to leverage your government service in a private-sector resume

    You’ve done well in your federal government career, but you have various reasons to consider a leap to the private sector: Although you’ve progressed on the GS pay scale, you’re looking for more upside potential. Jul 11, 2017 More Posts

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