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Staying Home & Maintaining Wellness

Keep yourself and your family productive and maintain your mental and physical wellness by trying some new activities. With many changes having come our way this year, we are without a doubt in a time of uncertainty. While most of us are spending more time at home, several question...

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Setting Goals & Taking Action

Learn more about different types of goals and how to set effective goals for growth and development. As we move into the third month of the year, this is a great time to reflect on how your year has been going so far. Whether you made New Year Resolutions or are working on objectiv...

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Healthy You | Health Literacy

Heart Health 101

Read more on some of the most impactful heart healthy tips below. Over the past month we have been sharing various heart health tips regarding both physical and mental health. For our last blog post focusing on heart health, we want to dig deeper into some of the most important takeaways regardi...

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Healthy You | Mental Health

Do more of what makes you happy.

What makes your heart happy? "Happiness never goes out of style" - Lilly Pulitzer There are many physical changes you can make to take strides toward living a more heart healthy life. But physical components like exercise and eating healthy are not the only important pieces of the puzzle. We're...

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A Heart Healthy Day in the Life

Ever wondered what a heart healthy day looks like? Here are our tips for living your best heart healthy life. Sometimes simply taking care of ourselves can feel like a chore. To help direct our focus, this month’s theme is heart health! Taking wellness step by step can eliminate th...

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Healthy You | Health Literacy

Exercise and Heart Health

Learn more about the types of exercise that promote a healthy heart. As most of us know, a key component to living a heart healthy life is exercising regularly. Heart and Stroke recommend exercising 150 minutes a week (which can be broken up into sessions as short as 10 minutes) is sufficient to...

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