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14 Ways to Promote an Active Lifestyle in the Workplace
It's no secret that having healthy employees are important to a successful company so it's critical employers provide employees opportunities in the workplace to promote active lifestyles.
Why do I need critical illness insurance?
Learn about the importance of Critical Illness Insurance through one man's story.
CCOHS Launches E-Course on Marijuana and Workplace Impairment
With the federal legalization of recreational marijuana right around the corner, it’s more important than ever that employers understand the dangers of workplace impairment, particularly as it relates to marijuana usage.
5 Ways to Eat Healthier At Work
Good nutrition is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle, and eating healthier can increase your productivity, lower the number of sick days you take and reduce your risk of being in an on-the-job accident.
Heat Illnesses and How to Protect Employees
While it’s best not to work outside in high temperatures, the nature of certain jobs—like construction or landscaping—sometimes makes it unavoidable.
Prevent Text Neck
According to a recent report from The Spine Journal, surgeons are noticing an increase in patients with text neck - upper back and neck pain related to poor posture when using mobile devices.
Get The Facts About Lyme Disease
Lyme disease is widespread across Canada, but the highest risk of exposure is in wooded areas during spring and summer months.
7 Safety Tips for Bike Commuters
As the weather continues to warm up, more and more commuters will begin biking to work. Biking to work is not only a great source of exercise, but it can reduce a commuter's carbon footprint and help him or her save big on gas.
5 Ways to Prevent Digital Overload
The near-constant access to digital technology can be stress inducing, which could negatively impact your mental well-being. To ensure that you avoid digital overload, considering adopting these five beneficial practices.
Children's Health: Encourage Nutritious Eating for Nutrition Month
We all know that kids eat what is available. Because adults usually decide what food kids will eat, it's important to help them form healthy habits now to maintain a healthy weight and avoid future health problems. Small changes in the following key areas can make a huge difference.