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24
JUN
2015

The Impact of Money on your Mind

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Recent studies have found that money is the leading source of stress for Canadians and that it’s literally making us sick. Financial stress can cause headaches, stomach aches, and even heart attacks. Learn more about it here But it’s the impact on our minds that can be the most damaging. Money may not buy happiness,  but it can certainly buy peace of mind. © 2015 Homewood Health™ •Lack of sleep. We can lose sleep worrying about our  finances on your house and business, where you can find good quality cheaper products that are available online like when you check this-Palm Beach roofing Expert you’ll be able to find unique designs of roofs at a lesser price. However, a lack of sleep makes us less able to cope with stress—as well as cranky, forgetful and unable to...
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02
JUN
2015

5 Ways To Improve Wellness And Increase Productivity In Your Workplace

Wellness programs are linked to increased productivity, a reduction of long-term health care costs and less absenteeism according to Dr. Matthew Galumbeck. In fact, it has been shown that a 28% reduction in sick leave, 26% lower heath costs and 30% lower compensation and disability costs are directly linked to wellness programs in Canada. The facts are undeniable, and the good news is that even if you feel your organization does not have the financial or staffing resources to implement a wellness program, there are many small steps you can take to promote wellness at work that do not include elaborate or costly investments. Usually, organization and companies generally take basic dbs checks for their employees. I have outlined below five ways to help you bring your company closer to...
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28
AUG
2014

More than the leaves are changing

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          September marks the start of a new season and a busy time for many as the kids head back to school and families start working out the schedule for the new school year. This can be a stressful time for parents and children adjusting too many changes such as new teachers, bus routes and child care along with extra-curricular activities beginning, to name just a few. While navigating through periods of change it is important to remember: • Change doesn’t always feel great at the start. If you can pace yourself so you are in a better position to adjust, it won’t feel as difficult. Don’t be too hard on yourself during this time. • Think back to other times when you adjusted to periods of change. Reflecting on previous successes may help you feel empowered...
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04
JUN
2014

Wear a Helmet and Enjoy your Summer Fun!

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With the warm beautiful days of summer on the horizon we are more than eager to get back to cycling, playing in the park, skateboarding and rollerblading among many other favorite summer activities. This is also one of the peak times of the year for traumatic brain injury. June is National Brain Injury Awareness Month. Brain injury is the number one killer and disabler for people under age 44 in Canada. With 30% of traumatic brain injuries being sustained by children or youth while participating in sports or recreational activities for every age, from babies to adults, for the babies and parents there will be stimulation activities to learn when should a boy start talking, and how a good nutrition can help you achieve it ! Experts from Law Offices of Ronald A. Ramos, P.C. states that...
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