Get Healthy, April 2012, Home Page
Welcome to Get Healthy
Get ready for Get Healthy, your online newsletter devoted to health and wellness.
The first issue includes a special focus on reducing stress, so sit back, take a look and relax. READ MORE…
Healthy Savings and a Healthier You
Here's how you can save on your health plan and improve your health.
By developing a wellness plan with your primary care physician and then reaching certain health and wellness goals you can save up to $600 on your health insurance premium during 2013. READ MORE…
Managing stress shouldn't leave you feeling stressed out.
Take a look at some free or inexpensive ways to reduce the stress in your life.
As inferred by the old expression "it's always something," stress is a condition that touches all of us. But while we can't avoid potentially stressful situations we can add some relatively easy de-stressing strategies to our life. READ MORE…
Less Stress Means More Well Being
Learn more about the warning signs and symptoms of stress.
There's good stress, bad stress and just too much stress. How do you determine when your stress level is in the red zone and where do you turn for help when your own management tools aren't enough to get back in balance? READ MORE…
Thoughts from the Chair
When it comes to our health, one month isn't enough.
Reminding us that April is National Stress Awareness Month, Daniel Ballin, the Chair for the Employee Wellness Committee, looks at stress and reflects on the reasons why we need to focus on our health not just at designated times, but every month, every week and every day. READ MORE…
What's the single best thing you can do for your health?
Find out what it is, why it's important as a stress reducer, and how you can accomplish it in only ½ hour a day.
Click to see a highly viewed and informative YouTube video "23 & ½ Hours" and you'll get the well documented answer to the question of what "medical intervention" can make the biggest difference in your health. READ MORE…
There's a Lot of Wellness Going Around
Finding wellness opportunities in the Riverside System can be easier than you think.
If you're looking for events and activities that can contribute to your health, overall wellbeing and reduce stress, take a closer look at The River Walk Club, Wellness Web Chats, RRMC's Team Up for Walking Challenge, Free Fitness Fridays, and other opportunities.READ MORE…