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Oct 12, 2020

Tips to stay active this fall

It seems as though staying active is just a bit easier during the summer. Even chores such as mowing the lawn and washing the car can be enjoyable when the weather is warm. But physical tasks can become significantly more arduous when temperatures start to drop. Backyard workouts and morning jogs that were once enjoyable […]

Dec 2, 2019

Employers can set wellness examples

By Maura Mazurowski  They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. So if you notice that workplace morale is low—if it seems that your partners, associates and paralegals have grown sluggish and seem down—the answer to turning things around could start with your own behavior.  Research shows that taking a 20-minute, moderately-paced walk in […]

Oct 17, 2019

You’re sitting (and staring) too much

If you’re on social media (or simply don’t live under a rock) then you’re likely savvy to the health trends taking over pop culture. Kale is in and carbs are out. Be sure to hit 10,000 steps per day. Eat only what you can kill or grow to get back to your true, Neanderthal roots […]

Feb 12, 2018

South Carolina county employees sue over courthouse mold

SPARTANBURG (AP) Some county employees in South Carolina are suing over illnesses they say they suffer because of mold in a courthouse. Local media report five Spartanburg County employees have sued the county and 10 unnamed defendants because of health problems that range from eye irritation, nose bleeds, breathing problems, fatigue, memory loss, headaches and […]

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