Stress and Critical Illness – Roll Of The Dice. According to the Sun Life Canadian Health Index, almost 45% of Canadians don’t put their health at the top of their priority list and for some, it’s not on the list at all.
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Employee Health. The Sun Life Canadian Health Index study found that the biggest barriers to a healthier lifestyle for many people were time, money and motivation.
Social Interactions Can Reduce Mortality Rates Researchers at Tel Aviv University in Israel found that positive social interactions at work can reduce mortality rates among employees. Their study, Work-Based Predictors of Mortality: A 20-Year Follow-Up of Healthy Employees, found that the risk of mortality was significantly lower for those reporting high levels of peer social […]
Do You Know Your Stress Number? Our Stress Number is a picture of what is happening to us and how we are generally coping at a particular point in time.
The Original Wellness Program…Vacation Planning As employers work to be the ’employer-of-choice’, the amount of vacation days will become a key consideration in the potential employee’s decision. Not only do the number of vacation days vary from company to company, they can vary dramatically from country to country. Canadians receive more vacation days than their […]
Crying Dumps Stress Hormones. It turns out, sometimes crying is actually good for us.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month.
Wellness Programming Ideas from Top 100