Even though your eyes aren’t helping you “see” while you’re sleeping, they are still serving a very important purpose. Learn about rapid eye movement (REM).
Happiness and success go hand in hand. Finding happiness will often lead to a successful, healthy life.
This April is NCADD Alcohol Awareness Month. Learn more about how alcohol affects individuals, families, and communities as a whole.
For some of you, the performance appraisal process for 2015 is already underway. Even though performance appraisals happen one-on-one, don’t forget that the results not only help us as individual professionals but serve a larger goal as well.
Information security is important in this digital age. Unfortunately, identity thieves are out there. Enrolling the university’s Credit Monitoring program can help you better protect yourself and your credit.
April 6-12 is National Public Health Week. This year’s theme is to become the healthiest country by 2030. The American Public Health Association is informing the public and policy makers about health issues in this country with the goal to help us live healthier lives.
World Health Day falls on April 7 this year, and the theme is food safety. Learn what you can do to make sure that your meals are as wholesome and safe as possible.
Tier 1 of the 2015 Wellness Incentive must be completed by April 30. Make sure you’ve completed all three steps to earn $150 in your May paycheck.
Complete at least three months of Weight Watchers classes, and earn 100 points toward Tier 2 of the 2015 Wellness Incentive!
Estate planning is an important way to make sure your loved ones are taken care of should you become sick or die. Don’t wait. No matter your current health—and no how much or how little you own—start planning today how you want to be cared for should you become incapacitated and how you want to pass on your assets.