How to Prepare for an Emergency

Posted by Andrew on 3/29/2019 to Emergency Care
How to Prepare for an Emergency

When it comes to emergencies, being prepared means being equipped. It is essential to have all the resources you need for an emergency, but it’s not always easy to figure out what sorts of things you might need. When deciding how to prepare, remember that your survival gear should meet several criteria.

10 Fun Activities for Spring

Posted by Andrew on 3/22/2019 to Safety Tips
10 Fun Activities for Spring

Spring has sprung! This week marks the beginning of the end of cold weather (we hope) and the start of a fresh new season. Spring is for rejuvenation, a time to enjoy the pleasant outdoors and bask in the flurry of plant growth and renewal. There are so many ways to enjoy the weather this time of year. To get you started, here are 10 fun and simple ways to enjoy the springtime.

Are Some Days 'Unluckier' Than Others?

Posted by Andrew on 3/15/2019 to Physical Health
Are Some Days 'Unluckier' Than Others?

Have you ever woken up and just knew it was going to be a bad day? You might even think there are specific days on the calendar when bad things are more likely to happen. Not to frighten you, but today is March 15th, known by historians and literary fans as the Ides of March—possibly one of the most infamous "unlucky" days of all time.

Daylight Savings Time is Bad for Your Heart

Posted by Andrew on 3/8/2019 to Physical Health
Daylight Savings Time is Bad for Your Heart

Daylight Savings Time—three words guaranteed to elicit a few sighs and eye-rolls. I'm sure you've wondered, "How is this still a thing?" There are many questions about why we continue to participate in this time-honored tradition, but Daylight Savings Time is worth discussing because of what it does to our bodies; and most importantly, our hearts.

Why Kindness is Good for Your Health

Posted by Andrew on 3/1/2019 to Physical Health
Why Kindness is Good for Your Health

Imagine someone comes up to you and compliments your appearance, gives you praise for completing a task, or just passes along an encouraging word. It's probably going to make you feel pretty good, right? Kind words are more important than you think. In fact, studies have shown that giving compliments can have just as strong of an impact as receiving them.

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