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Raising Health® Blog

With the kids heading back to school, here are some tips to help keep them safe and sound while they readjust to a new routine after the summer break.

Chips and pop are not food groups – healthy eating at school

Although healthy eating is something we should do all the time, kids may get into bad habits during summer break, when they have more freedom to choose their own snacks. Back to school is a good time to get the kids back into healthy eating habits.

09/04/2018

Meet Brad. Brad just turned 56 and is a mid-level manager with a tech firm in Southwestern Ontario. He’s always been relatively healthy, and he believes that he has an excellent drug plan. But he does have a family history of type 2 diabetes, and he worries what the health and cost implications would be if he had to take medication on an ongoing basis.

08/21/2018

It’s one of the worst kept secrets going:

Being active can help reduce your weight, blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol.

It can reduce your dependence on medication and lower your risk of heart attack, stroke and a number of other health issues.

Essentially, regular exercise can help you be healthier, feel better and live longer.

08/07/2018

Maggie is a marketing manager who has worked with the same company for 12 years and has contributed greatly to its success. Lately, though, she has been calling in sick a lot more often and seems tired and not quite with it when she is at work. The VP she reports to has asked HR to set up a meeting with her.

07/23/2018

As Q2 ends and summer gets into full swing, it’s once again time to take a look at our top tweets from the quarter that just passed, to get a sense of what our followers are thinking about, and hopefully, to glean some insights as to why. We do this to better understand our audience, and to plan for the kind of content that will keep them engaged going forward.

07/09/2018

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