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To Improve Your Work Performance, Get Some Exercise
Written by Bonnie Hayden Cheng and Yolanda Na Li
lthough the benefits of physical activity on general well-being are widely acknowledged, there has been a lack of research on how it impacts outcomes at work, including job performance and health. Approximately 200 employees from the UK and China participated in a 10-day study in which the authors captured self-reported and objective physical activity data (via a wearable smart band device), as well as self- and supervisor-reported work outcomes. They uncovered some noteworthy findings about daily physical activity that impact employees and organizations, as well as a few research-backed ways to reap the many benefits of increasing your physical activity.
Dimensions of wellness: Change your habits, change your life
Written by Debbie L. Stoewen

People often think about wellness in terms of physical health — nutrition, exercise, weight management, etc., but it is so much more. Wellness is a holistic integration of physical, mental, and spiritual well-being, fueling the body, engaging the mind, and nurturing the spirit (1). Although it always includes striving for health, it’s more about living life fully (1), and is “a lifestyle and a personalized approach to living life in a way that… allows you to become the best kind of person that your potentials, circumstances, and fate will allow” (2).
Easy, healthy meal ideas for the week ahead: Chicken fried rice, overnight oats and more
Written by Samantha Cassetty, RD
This week we're taking inspiration from your favorite takeout dishes for a satisfying menu of better-for-you meals at home.
5 Blue Zone Habits to Adopt for a Healthier (And Longer) Life
Written by GEORGIA DAY
“Blue Zones” are defined as regions that have more centenarians and fewer instances of chronic disease than anywhere else in the world, a pattern that experts put down to occupants’ healthy diet and lifestyle habits.
Emotional Eating and How to Stop It
Written byMelinda Smith, M.A., Lawrence Robinson and Jeanne Segal, Ph.D.
Do you eat to feel better or relieve stress? These tips can help you stop emotional and stress eating, fight cravings, and find more satisfying ways to feed your feelings.

What is healthy eating? A qualitative exploration
Written by Rebecca Mete
Alison Shield
Kristen Murray
Rachel Bacon
Jane Kellett
According to the 2012 National Nutritional Survey, Australian adults are opting for diets low in fruits and vegetables, and consuming energy-dense foods high in fat, salt and sugar(1).
How Excess Weight Affects Your Health
Written by  Harvard Health
Being overweight can increase your risk of major health problems—and shorten your lifespan. But even modest weight loss can significantly improve your health.

In collaboration with Harvard Health

Stress Management: How to Reduce and Relieve Stress
Written by  Lawrence Robinson and Melinda Smith, M.A.
While it may seem like there’s nothing you can do about stress at work and home, there are steps you can take to destress and regain control.
Coping with Financial Stress
Written by Lawrence Robinson and Melinda Smith, M.A.
Feeling overwhelmed by money worries? Whatever your circumstances, there are ways to get through these tough economic times, ease stress and anxiety, and regain control of your finances.
Benefits of Mindfulness
Written by Harvard Health
Mindfulness can help reduce stress, improve your mental and physical health, and even increase your overall happiness in life. These mindfulness techniques can help you start reaping the benefits.

In collaboration with Harvard Health
I Feel Anxious: Tips for Dealing with Anxiety
Written by Sheldon Reid
Feeling tense, restless, or fearful? Anxiety can make you feel trapped in your own head, but these tools can help you ease tension, stay present, and manage anxiety.
Healthy Eating
Written by Lawrence Robinson and Jeanne Segal, Ph.D.
Confused by all the conflicting nutrition advice out there? These simple tips can show you how to plan, enjoy, and stick to a healthy diet.

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