• Employee Leave Alphabet Soup.

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    As temperatures drop, our enthusiasm for physical activity often drops as well. After all, it’s less fun to go out for a jog, a bike ride, or just a little...

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    As we enter the holiday season, we also enter the feasting season. Whether we’re celebrating America’s Thanksgiving or the many religious festivals and traditions that arrive in the coming months,...

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    The pumpkin might be the only U.S. crop associated with a single month. We think of most fruits and vegetables as ripening in certain seasons – strawberries in spring, for...

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    Typically, people who have a cold or flu don’t need to go to the doctor. For most of us, the symptoms can be controlled and healing will come with time....

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    Many people avoid getting an annual flu shot because they worry about side effects. Others are wary of vaccinations in general. Others simply don’t like needles. In these and other...

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