Category Archive: Wellness Challenges

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Taking a break from work every now and then can ease stress, boost your mood, and foster good health. So spend some time today planning your ideal vacation day. Resist the urge to… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENEGE

    Keep the object you are lifting close to your body. Do not lean forward when you lift. Do not twist, bend forward, or stretch to reach an object over your head.… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

When a fridge gets full, it can be hard to keep track of all of the food items in it. You may have bought sour cream for a Mexican dish a month ago.… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Many people spend hours each day using a computer keyboard. And typing away on a keyboard for hours each day, day after day, can take a toll on your wrists. But taking regular… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Being curious about others can be a really good thing. It can help you learn more about people who may be different from you. It can help you see the world from that… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

You may like to unwind after work with a beer or a glass of wine. Or perhaps you enjoy having a cup of coffee after dinner. But drinks that contain alcohol and caffeine… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Speeding is a leading cause of car accidents. And car accidents are a leading cause of death in the U.S. for kids and adults aged 3 to 34. So be mindful of your… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Nurturing your relationships with friends and family is good for your health and wellbeing. But forging stronger bonds with those you care about takes proactive effort. There are a number of ways to… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Some of the same habits that are good for your body are good for your brain, too. Getting enough good quality sleep can help you process and recall new information you learned that… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

  If you have trouble falling or staying asleep, or you’re just not getting enough of it, try to pinpoint the cause. You may need to experiment a little. Maybe a more relaxing… Continue reading

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